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Working From Charts: Colorwork

A Chinese American woman in a modern plant store wearing Ballard, a hand knit color work beanie in Kelbourne Woolens Scout in natural and navy heather.

Part 2 of 4: Working from Charts: Stranded Colorwork Knitting.

While most stranded knitting these days is referred to as “Fair Isle” knitting, this is actually a misnomer, as Fair Isle knitting is a very specific type of stranded colorwork originating from the island of Fair Isle. For more information on the terminology regarding the many types of stranded colorwork, read our post here.

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