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Neatly Print Japanese Notation (Garment Notation) Knitting Instructions when using DesignaKnit
When creating garments in Standard Garment Styling, DesignaKnit includes text instructions for knitting collars and neckbands. Use the text summary format when printing
When using Original Pattern drafting, easily re-arrange pieces as you need.
Prevent mistakes creating or copying stitch patterns in DesignaKnit.
DesignaKnit doesn’t automatically create pieces for original pattern drafting for collars and necklines. Learn to create and customize your own neckband and collar pieces with minimal fuss
When creating a sweater using Standard Garment Styling, the default design includes squared shoulders.
With just 3 clicks, you can create a more flattering and better fitting sweater shape.
The pointer positioning indicator can come in handy when you need to precisely position a stitch symbol or color. It’s a whole lot easier than counting boxes! 🙂 But most of the time the little box gets in the way. You can close it…
After creating garment designs in Standard Garment Styling or Original Pattern Drafting, you may choose to print out the knitting instructions in Garment Notation Format (also known as Japanese Notation).
An example of Japanese Notation: r142:-1s 3r 26x
Translated: Row 142: Decrease 1 stitch every 3 rows 26 times