Work­ing From Charts

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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.

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