Working From Charts
A chart will often be provided as a visual representation of a color or stitch pattern. On the chart each cell represents one stitch. A key is given indicating the color or stitch represented by each color or symbol in the cell.
The row number is at the edge of the chart where that row begins. If the number is at the right, the row is a right-side row and the chart row is read from right to left; if the number is at the left, the row is a wrong-side row and the chart row is read from left to right.
When working in rounds, every row on the chart is a right-side row and is read from right to left.