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"With the page open, right click on your mouse, this will open a new window, in the new window scroll down to and click on print. That will take you to print review, in print preview change "all" to just the pages that the pattern is on and click print. Using the cut and copy feature to paste the document into another program for printing is actually a violation of international copyright laws, but printing directly from the page is permitted. Hope this helps someone. Happy knitting!"
"This is not a free pattern, so not sure why it is still featured on an "all free knitting" website."
9 Knitting Apps All Knitters Should Have
This list of knitting apps has all the basics for the modern day knitter!
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It seems like there's an app for everything these days, right? Well, tech-savvy knitters will be glad to know there are tons of knitting apps out there that help make knitting easier and even more fun!
We asked the AllFreeKnitting Facebook followers what they thought were the best knitting apps, and there were way more than we could have possibly imagined. Unfortunately, we cannot feature every single knitting app out there -- although they're all great.
Whether you're just starting out in the world of knitting or you're a knitting expert, there's an app here for you.
Here are the 9 knitting apps that all knitters should have for keeping track of patterns, measuring gauge, counting stitches, browsing knitting stitch galleries, and so much more.
Looking for a one-stop knitting app? Stash2go works by syncing with your Ravelry account, so you can keep your favorite patterns all in one place. But the features don't stop there! Users can talk to other knitters in forums, upload photos of their work, and even look for nearby yarn stores. With all of these great features in one spot, this app is a staple for knitters.
|Available For:||iPhone, iPad, and Android|
|Price:||$5.99 (free Lite version)|
StashBot is the ultimate set of knitting tools for your phone. This app works like a kind of knitting calculator. Just put in the type of project you're working on, the size, and the gauge, and it will calculate the amount of yarn you should need to complete the project. Just let the reviews of this app speak for themselves -- it's pretty accurate.
|Available For:||iPhone and iPad|
4. Knit Texxture
The Knit Texxture app basically functions as a knitting stitch index. With over 250 stitches in their gallery, this app is quickly becoming an essential tool for beginner knitters and knitting experts alike. Browse the stitches and get inspired to make your very own patterns.
|Available For:||iPhone and iPad|
5. Knitting Chart Maker
Feeling adventurous? Knitting Chart Maker is a super easy way to make knitting charts yourself. For those of you who are just not content with using other people's patterns, this app is the one for you. With Knitting Chart Maker, you'll be designing your own patterns in no time.
|Available For:||iPhone and Android|
Like many knitting apps, Ravulous can sync with your Ravelry account to keep your knitting patterns all in one place. This is super handy, but Ravulous takes it one step further with the stash log. This feature lets you can photos and make notes about your stash at home. You can record everything from the color and how much you've used to notes about where you've stored the skein, so you don't have to turn the house upside down, trying to find it. The next time you're at the store, and you can't remember what yarn you still have at home, you'll be glad you have Ravulous.
|Available For:||Android and Kindle|
|Price:||$1.52 (Android) and $1.60 (Kindle)|
What can't KnitCompanion do? We asked our Facebook followers what their favorite knitting apps were, and many mentioned KnitCompanion as one of their favorites. It has a simplistic interface that makes uploading your patterns and tracking your progress a breeze. This app is particularly good for those of you who like to work with knitting charts.
|Available For:||iPhone, Android, and Kindle|
8. Gaugefy Free
Like many of the other great knitting apps LoveKnitting is an all-in-one place for knitters. Whether you want to store your patterns, browse the library, or use their knitting tools, like the stitch and row counter, this app is the one for you. Not only is it super easy to use, but it's free, too!
|Available For:||iPhone and iPad|
Did you know that AllFreeKnitting has an app? Browse patterns, collections, and more with our free app.
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-iOS version coming soon!
What knitting apps do you use?
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Jul 05, 2019
Ravelry has a list of 34 apps that are compatible, check it out https//www.ravelry.com/about/apps#apps
Apr 27, 2018
I have a couple of apps on my phone that are good for counting and keeping track of my yarn stash, but none of the ones listed here. I will have to check them out and compare them to what I have. Bee count looks like something that might interest me. So does Gaugefy and Love Knittings app.
Dec 26, 2017
Oct 06, 2017
Wow! To be honest, I'd never even thought to look for knitting apps. And these sound so cool! I can totally see myself using some of them!
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