Utterly cool! Runs from your browser and is FREE!. Go here to play with it.You do have to have the Java plug-in installed. Go here to download it if you need it.Have fun!
That's fantastic! Thanks for sharing!
great tool. The only feature I miss (and sent her an email about it) would be a symbol generator. I would like to create a few new Japanese sysmbols myself then eventually being able to save them in specific libraries.With this feature on, plus solving the Save/Open feature she could easily sell it I think.thanks a lot for the link, best wishes, Silvia
Re. your replyOh, I meant to say that KnitChart bears a close resemblance to Knit Visualizer, except it doesn't have a parser. And KV is very expensive. You are so right here. And the advantage of KnitChat is that it's a web tool, so no installation problems.Jacquie was asking for some feedback so I've sent her my suggestion about having different sets of symbols ( it will become international than)- I guess it's a matter of time for her to figure out the best way to do it and to actually do it:). This being said, I think it's a great tool (plus being free:)).I've started a tool myself, years ago for generating fair isle charts out of set of colors imported from fair isle yarn manufacturers - I guess I got some motivation now to dig it out :).On a different topic, let me know where about in England are you going to travel - I am in West Yorkshire and I might be in England by the end of August.best wishes, Silvia
Thanks for linking to my Knitting Chart Maker and for giving it a try.I have indeed been working with Silvia on a Japanese set and I will have something to show quite soon I think.
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