First Edition

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Part 1: Charting Basics

Title and Copyright Page2017-05-11
Table of Contents
Preface2017-05-11
Knitting Terminology2017-05-11
If You Want to Print the Book2017-05-11
Introduction2017-05-11
PART 1: CHARTING BASICS2017-05-11
Ch 1: Basic Knitted Fabrics2017-05-11
Ch 2: The Unwritten Assumption2017-05-11
Ch 3: Charting on Paper2017-05-11
Ch 4: Charting in the Computer2017-05-11
Ch 5: Working from a Chart2017-05-11
Ch 6: Project 1: Purl Diamond with Seed Stitch Border2017-05-11
Ch 7: Cables and Twists2017-05-11
Ch 8: Project 2: Aran Sampler2017-05-12
Ch 9: Decreases2017-06-07
Ch 10: Increases2017-05-12
Ch 11: The No-Stitch Symbol2017-05-12
Ch 12: Decreases + Yarnovers = Lace
   (includes projects 3, 4, and 5)
2017-05-12
Ch 13: Colorwork2017-05-12

Part 2: Pattern Repeats

PART 2: PATTERN REPEATS2017-05-19
Ch 14: Working a Pattern Repeat2017-05-19
Ch 15: Finding the Pattern Repeat
   (includes project 6)
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Ch 16: Long Instruction Lines2017-05-20
Ch 17: Tweaking a Chart2017-05-19
Ch 18: Changing a Motif to an All-Over Pattern2017-05-19

Part 3: Multi-Size Garment Charts

PART 3: MULTI-SIZE GARMENT CHARTS2017-06-26
Ch 19: The Basic Vest2017-06-26
Ch 20: Bottom-Up Shaping has two versions, for charting On Paper or In the Computer
MIKs, add your supplement for charting
   on paper
  or in the computer using
   shaping symbols or
   only blank areas
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Ch 21: One Chart, Six Sizes has two versions, for
traditional knitters or
mirror-image knitters
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Ch 22: Top-Down Shaping
Ch 23: Motif Starting Points2017-08-01
Ch 24: “Right Front: Work as for Left Front, Reversing All Shaping” has four versions,
 for traditional knitters charting
  on paper or in the computer
 or mirror-image knitters charting
  on paper or in the computer
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Ch 25: Optional Shaping Tweaksin work

Part 4: Tips and Tricks

PART 4: TIPS AND TRICKS
Ch 26: More Charting Tips
Ch 27: Charting New Knitting Operations
Ch 28: Software Options
Ch 29: Converting Charts to Multi-Column Tables
The HollyKnits Knitting Font Catalog2017-07-13

Appendixes

APPENDIXES
App A: Charting Rules
App B: Lessons Learned
App C: Answers
App D: Dubious Practices
App E: Do Charts Lie?
App F: Better Written-Out Instructions
App G: Crossing Cables on the Private Side has two versions, for
traditional knitters or
mirror-image knitters
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App H: Designing by Chartingin work
App I: Border Details2017-07-12
App J: Lace Diamond Details
App K: Garment Design Details2017-07-12
App L: Enlarging on Paper
App M: Abbreviations and Terms2017-08-02
Acknowledgments
About the Author