Although you can configure the counters as you like, the global counter is generaly used to follow your global progression on the item/part that you are knitting. Just increment each time you finished a row, to easily keep track of where you are in your pattern and avoid mistakes. Learn More >
If, for instance, your pattern states: knit 3 rows; knit 2 together the entire row; repeat this 4 times. You can configure a secondary counter to reset at 4, show the number of reset, and add a comment to show at row #4 that says "knit 2 together". Per default, the secondary counters are linked to the global counter. Therefore, incrementing the global counter will also increment your secondary counter. Learn More >
See other examples to help you set-up your counters >
For instance, if your pattern says: *1 row: purl; 2 rows Stockinette stitches; 1 row 1x1 rib; 2 rows Stockinette stitches* Repeat 4 times. You can configure a secondary counter to reset at 6 (total number of rows in the sequence to repeat), show the number of reset (to stop after the 4th repetition), and add the following comments:
"purl" at row #1 ; "Stockinette" at row #2; "Stockinette" at row #3; "1x1 rib" at row #4 and "Stockinette" again at row #5 and #6.
Per default, the secondary counters are linked to the global counter. Therefore, incrementing the global counter will also increment your secondary counter.
Learn More >
See other examples to help you set-up your counters >
To reset the Global Counter, go to the counter setting screen, and click on the blue icon next to the pen.
To reset a secondary Counter, enable the expert mode, and click on the yellow icon.
Yes! On the profile screen, click on the 3 little white dots, then click on Settings. You can there tick a box to make all counters start at 0 per default.
For each global or secondary counters, you have the possibility to create comments and define at which row/number of that global/secondary counter they will appear. To do this, go to the settings of the related counter, write a comment in the comment section, then click on "#" and enter the related row/number.
When you are in the project screen, click on the “import pattern button”.
Then, select the source depending on where your pattern file is located.
You can import:
PDF patterns that are downloadable from Ravelry, Lovecrafts or another website.
Patterns on a web page, by downloading directly the web page.
Video patterns: click on the web source, go to Youtube and download the page of the desired video
Photo: click on the source Camera, and take a picture or import a picture from your device library.
If you need to import several pictures to your project, first use your usual camera app to take all the necessary pictures, then go to the app, select the "Import Photo" feature, then select "From gallery" and select the pictures you need.
On Android, press long on the first picture to be able to import several pictures.
Ravelry is a website dedicated to knitting. You can find there tons of inspirations, patterns available for free or for a little fee. You need to create an account on Ravelry in order to browse and download patterns.
From your project screen, click on the import pattern button.
If you do not have a Ravelry account yet, click on Search Ravelry, then create an account by clicking the Join now button.
If you already have a Ravelry account, click either on Search Ravelry or Ravelry library then log in with your Ravelry credentials.
Search Ravelry: search for free Ravelry patterns. Simply enter keywords on the top text input.
Ravelry library: patterns you saved to your Ravelry library, for example patterns you bought on the Ravelry website.
Yes, if you select the source Photo, you will be able to take or import pictures from your magazine patterns. If it takes several pictures to import the entire pattern, take the pictures first, then select the source Photo and the option Gallery. That way you will be able to import several pictures.
Currently not possible on iOS, following instructions are for Android:
From your project screen, click on the “import pattern” button, then select My Device. Click on the 3 lines on the left corner then select Drive.
(Premium feature) From your project screen, click long where you want to add the annotation, enter the text you want, then click on the save button (On Android, you might want to touch the back button on the bottom part of your phone’s screen to make the keyboard disappear).
You need first to enable the expert mode. Then go to the counter setting screen, click on the yellow icon of the counter you want to hide, and click on Hide. Learn More >
We configured 3 sizes. To make the counters bigger/smaller, go your profile screen, click on the 3 white dots, and then on Settings. You will see there an option to switch your counter size from normal, to small or big.
Yes you can! When you will turn the screen on again, a popup will ask you if you want to add the time passed since you turned it off. If you have been knitting, just click on Yes. If you have been doing something else, don't cheat and click on No. :)
Click on the New Project tab, enter the name of your project, select if it is a knitting or crocheting project, then click ok.
On your profile screen, do a long click on the project you want to delete. then click on the blue bin, and confirm.
On your profile screen, do a long click on the project. You can then click on description to add a description, or on the camera icon to add a picture. To add more pictures, just click on the camera icon again.
On your profile screen, do a long click on your project. Then, click on the "duplicate" icon.
On your profile screen, do a long click on your project. You will then see a "Reset Timer" button.
On your profile screen, do a long click on your project. Then, click on "finish". You will be able to undo this action later if needed, on the same screen.
You need to add an average number of stitch per row, in your global counter settings. That way we can calculate an aproximation of the number of stitches that you have knit. Learn More >
You need a working internet connection on both devices for the synchronization to happen.
If offline, the app will still work and will synchronize when you come back online.
All devices need to be connected with the same account in the app. That way we can track all changes, and update your projects on all your devices.
You can check when was the device last synchronized by clicking on the 3 white dots on the top right corner of the projects list page, then synchronization.
To preserve battery and network usage, we only look for changes when you switch to the list of projects. You also need to allow a few seconds for the synchronization to happen. A message should appear telling you that synchronization is in progress.
If you create an account, all your projects will be saved. This will allow you to use the app and retrieve your projects on several devices, all synchronized. If you lose your mobile, your projects will be safe as well, you will be able to retrieve them as soon as you login with your account.
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