Looking over a knitting pattern for the first time can be intimidating or even scary, especially if you’re looking at abbreviations for lifting stitches, cabling, or making bobbles. Sometimes though, even writing out knitting abbreviations like k3, p2, c4b, p2, k3 is too much work, and that’s where knitting charts come in. I don’t know anyone that likes charts and is eager to learn how to read them right away, but they are useful and if it’s a complicated piece of… Read more »