How to read those intriguing mosaic knitting charts? Well I am going to use this chart (by Barbara Walker, who coined the term Mosaic Knitting) as our working example. And I will be going step-by-step, very slowly. Once you get it, all the mosaic knitting charts will be a breeze.
Mosaic Knitting Basics. I am beginning a new journey into Mosaic Knitting. (Mosaic Knitting is also known as slip-stitch knitting.)
After searching for hours, I have a list of very useful resources to get you started.
Sidenote: Mosaic Knitting is also known as slip-stitch knitting.
I have spent hours graphing out knitting patterns manually (urgh!). Now I believe I have found a simple way to chart knitting patterns digitally (yay!).
Before I was intimidated by grahped knitting patterns. But after a bit of practice, I am pleased but not surprised, at how much faster and easier having visual graphs are to wordy text.
I am trialing using knitting fonts. The details of where, what, and how to are over at my technical site: Free Knitting Fonts for Mac & Windows.
Hopefully, I will be able to output some digital chart knitting patterns soon. Stay tuned!
Addendum: 24 Sept 2014
My sincere apologies. My life got taken over (no, no aliens involved) and I could not get to this site again till now. Charted knitting patterns will have to wait (yes, it worked 😀 ) … but other things have taken over for now.