29 June 2012


Today is a stay indoors day, as the rain has been pouring down all day, so I thought this would be a good day for getting the last few details done and publishing my compendium. I had some problems updating my homepage, and since the whole week has been sunny, I haven't had much time fixing it. Living in Norway, you'll have to get out there once the sun is shining, because you never know how long it's going to last.

So, my compendium in knitting mathematics is now available for purchase at Ravelry and on my website. As for now, the compendium can be had in Norwegian only. An English version will be published later. Those of you purchasing the pattern now, will be able to download the English version once it's ready (as for all my knitting patterns).

The compendium covers the basics of mathematics needed for following a knitting pattern (for example distributing increases and decreases), adding sizes to a pattern and re-calculating the pattern for a different gauge.

It contains explanations, illustrations and examples showing how the calculations work for a specific knitting problem.

20 pages.

I hope you'll find it useful, and that it'll enable you to work the numbers when tweaking a knitting pattern. This is however not meant as a full guide to creating knitting patterns. There are a lot more to it than what's covered in the compendium. This is exactly what it says it is: knitting mathematics. Good luck!

ETA: If you wish to purchase more than 1 copy of the compendium, please click here. You may then choose "Add to cart", from where you can change quantity and purchase as many as you'd like to.


cookalotje said...

I love that candle!

Tora said...

You mean the little house? I love it, too. I've been wanting one since I first saw it last winter, and I finally got one while in Denmark. There are other lovely houses as well. I'd love to have the church next to my little cubic house.