Do you like matching the instructions directions with chart?


  • Arl - 5 years ago

    I am in favor of any change which honors the fact that individuals may have different comprehension approaches!
    Great job!
    Additionally, placing graphics and verbal directions side-by-side might encourage yarners who have only done things in one way to delve into a new experience.

  • Martha - 5 years ago

    Why haven't we been doing this all along? I think it's brilliant!

  • tanya marquette - 5 years ago

    I do like this. Trying to read a written instruction that is elsewhere from the chart has always been a real pain. It not only takes extra time but is also visually a nightmare for me. Of course, I prefer charts and only use the written to clarify a question about the chart. I do think this newer style can/will be a help to those trying to learn chart reading--it is sort of like a written sing-a-long.

  • rita goshorn - 5 years ago

    makes perfect sense as long as the written instructions are along side the chart! I really am glad to see this! but should the instructions precede or follow the chart, it could be confusing to see the last row instructions first.

  • Penny - 5 years ago

    Perhaps this method would increase my ability to test out chart reading while never having to get out of my comfort level “cold turkey!” ????????‍♀️

  • Patti - 5 years ago

    I love using charts, and prefer them to written instructions , but also like when written instructions are included in case I get stuck or need some clarification.

  • Judith Steacy - 5 years ago

    I think it is a great idea. It would certainly help me in projects for lace knitting. Maybe the idea will catch on.

  • Nancy - 5 years ago

    This would be wonderful and I can't see how it could possible inconvenience someone who uses charts. I have a neurological vision issue that makes it impossible to read charts. I can't tell you how many tines I have purchased a pattern advertised as having written instructions, only to find out that the written part only instructed me to follow the chart!

    Thank you for being inclusive to the chart-challenged like me!

  • Betty Christian - 5 years ago

    Wonderful idea. Makes good sense to me. Like to see new ways to do things better.

  • Audrey Knippa - 5 years ago

    Great idea.

  • Joyce Donaldson - 5 years ago

    I prefer to use charts. I love that they look like what you are knitting, so I for one, would not be interested in trying your chart.

  • Lynn O - 5 years ago

    Yes, I particularly like that the written instructions which match the chart are ALONG SIDE the chart - I wish that all written instructions could come this way, although I know some longer stitch counts will make this unfeasible - but on this short chart it makes the instructions perfectly clear. When I was learning to read charts I found it especially difficult that the written instructions are on a completely different page and upside down from the chart, I kept losing my place and became frustrated.

  • Emily - 5 years ago

    I have just made my first item using a chart and I had to write out the instructions first and being able to refer to both made it much easier to do. I think it is a great idea having both side by side.

  • Mary Kay - 5 years ago

    Wonderful idea! Love it.

  • Annette - 5 years ago

    Great idea!

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