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Vendor: Tricksy Knitter
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3.000000 out of 5 stars

Tricksy Notebook - Knitters Graph


The Tricksy Knitter series of notebooks was designed with the knitter in mind. These notebooks are the perfect size to prop on your lap or pop into your knitting bag. The spiral binding means the book opens flat so you can spread your notes across two facing pages. The paper is a nice substantial 60 lb text, 100% recycled, with a versatile texture for writing or sketching with pencil or ink.

The notebooks themselves are great tools for the knitter, but you'll really like the handy reference at the back. On the inside back cover of every Tricksy Notebook is a list of commonly used abbreviations and their meanings, knitting symbols and how to read them, a needle size conversion guide, as well as centimeter and inch rulers. The graph paper in this notebook isn't boring old square graph paper. This is knitter's graph paper, scaled to reflect the proportions of knitting gauge. When you graph out your color or stitch designs on knitter's graph paper, you'll get a more accurate picture of what your knitting will look like.

Available in 3 designs, the book size is 8" x 9", 50 sheets per book, printed front and back; The paper is 60 lb text, 100% recycled paper.


SKU: 81534

  • Customer Picks

3 out of 5 stars

It's graph paper elongated to fit knit stitches. The notebook is more square than I expected (my fault for not checking the dimensions). Each piece of paper is 40 st across and 55 st tall, although the first square of every row is effectively unusable because it overlaps with the wire binding. It is an adequate size for charting lace motifs. For larger motifs I am able to break them across the two facing pages (giving me 78 sts across). The spine break in the middle is annoying but not an insurmountable obstacle. I am primarily working horizontally, so for what I am doing, this is a portable and pretty (if not PERFECT) solution.

3 out of 5 stars

Great idea, but there are not nearly enough squares per inch for charting mittens, which is what I would buy it to do.