So much of knitting depends on charts — from lace to cables to colorwork. But if you chart a design on traditional graph paper and then knit it, your design will be distorted, because stitches aren't square! So it's Knitters Graph Paper Journal to the rescue. In addition to the modified grid, the journal is big enough for you to sketch out expansive designs and take copious notes. And it's helpful in other ways as well: The inside front cover hosts a drawn ruler, needle checklist, and guides to both yarn-weight and fabric-care symbols; the inside back cover contains an extensive knitting symbols cheat sheet.
The journal's blank cover is ready for you to make it your own. And the lightweight cover stock and slender size mean the book can be rolled or tucked in just about anywhere.
- made in Oakland, California, USA
- 8x10 inches with rounded corners
- saddle-stitched binding
- 52 pages, the latter half perforated for easy removal