Better Sweater Series #5: Charting Software and Pattern Scaling

Well hello there! I’m SO SO SO excited to bring you the 5th installment of the Better Sweater Series. I have an actual, real, in the wool FO to show you . . . it worked, y’all! We have a sweater and it IS better than the original! In this installment, I’ll walk you through the garment, discuss charting software, and scaling for patterns. Lots of info and entertainment, for your knitting hours 🙂  As always, thanks for spending time with me!

All Testing Spots have been filled–THANK YOU all for your support and offers to test!

**TEST KNITTERS NEEDED** Please send me an email at knittingthestash@gmail.com and a link to your Ravelry notebook portfolio! I would love for some knittingthestash folk to knit the following sizes: 36″ 38″ 40″

**For those of you involved in the Re-Make-Along for 2018, I’ll be announcing giveaways in the Ravelry thread! So head on over this week and give us an update on your projects!

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1 Response to Better Sweater Series #5: Charting Software and Pattern Scaling

  1. metaspencer says:

    Hey, you posted the video! So cool to see this one come together

    Liked by 1 person

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