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My Projects

This is the main catalog designed to store all information about the project that you intend to knit, and/or are currently knitting, or have knitted.

Here are the operations you can perform when working with a project:

  1. Create a project
  2. Add a pattern to the project
  3. Use the project working window
  4. Making calculations
  5. Apply a stitch pattern to the pattern
  6. Online knitting 
  7. View and edit the Final Report
  8. Edit data 
  9. Delete the project 

A project can be displayed in two ways:

  •   In the form of a card containing brief data about the project. All cards are collected in the catalog where sorting, searching, filtering, exporting, editing and deleting data options are available just like when working with other catalogs. A card can be represented in a minimized form and in a maximized form where more detailed data is provided:

project window


  • In the form of a working window where more detailed information about it is collected and presented:

full project

1. Create Project

There are three ways of creating a project: 

Let us consider these options separately.

  • Creating a project directly from “My Projects:
    • Press the “Create project” button. If you are creating a project for the first time, the button will be located in the center of the working window. If there are already some entries in the catalog, the button will be provided in the upper right corner of the working area.

Create a project

  • Fill in the fields of the form that appears. You can also add a photo if available. Attention: projects cannot contain repeated names. If a project with the same name already exists, you will receive a related message.

Create the project form

  • Press the “Create the project” button in the lower right part of the pop-up form.


2. Adding a Pattern to the Project

After a project has been created, you can proceed to adding a pattern to the project. To do this, press on the name of the project or its photo. You can also add a pattern by pressing the button with three dots in the upper right corner of the project card and selecting "View project".

Open the project

You will have the option of using the following window to create a pattern:

Add the Pattern

If patterns are added for the first time, there will be two active buttons in the window: 

  • "Create a pattern using "Basic Patterns Customizer". Press the button to select one of the prefabricated patterns your next project will be based on.

For more information about the “Basic Patterns Customizer”, click HERE.

  •  Use the "Create by myself" tab, and press this button to get to "Pattern Editor" where you can construct the graphic patterns for all elements by yourself.  For more information about the "Pattern Editor", click HERE.

If a pattern has already been created using either of the two methods described above, in the working window you will see when viewing/opening the project will look different:

The project window

3. Using the Project Working Window 

Let us consider interaction with the project working window in more detail:

  • At the top of the working window there is an information panel with all the project data: its name, date of creation, etc. All the information can be edited at any time by pressing the indicator button in the form of a pencil. Here, you can also delete the project by pressing the indicator button in the form of a waste bin (at the right side of the panel).
  • A panel with a list of pattern elements is located under the information panel. If you click on the name of an element, you will see its sketch below displayed with retention of measurement proportions. The same panel contains the “Edit…” button. When it is pressed, you will get to the “Pattern Editor” and will be able to edit any of the pattern elements. In the “Pattern Editor”, you can also print out prefabricated patterns of elements in full size or with 1:4 ratio. For more information about working in the “Pattern Editor” click HERE.
  •  Under the panel with the list of pattern elements, there is the “Add swatch for calculations” button. When the button is pressed, the data required for making calculations of the article pattern elements in stitches and rows can be filled in. The form that is opened when the button is pressed looks as follows:

Apply a swatch

Here, you can select one (check box “Apply swatch to all elements”) or several (check box “Apply several swatches”) swatches. After selecting a swatch/swatches, press “Save” to add the data to the project.

When the first option is used, you can choose one of two buttons for data input:

 Add swatch

Note that you can save the created swatch to “My Swatches” at once by checking the “Add to My Swatches” box.
You can also use information from “My Yarns” and “My Tools” you have previously saved. The used stitch pattern from the “Stitch Patterns Library” tab or the “My Stitch Patterns” tab can be attached to your swatch. The relevant fields are highlighted in red in the figure. 

  • Select from 'My Swatches'”.When this button is pressed, a form containing a list of saved swatches will be opened.. The form comprises a search box and a filtering panel to facilitate the search of the swatch you need.   

Choose the swath

When the second option is used, another form will be opened:

Apply a swath

Here, you can select different swatches for different pattern elements of the article. First of all, check the boxes of all the elements which will contain the same-name swatch and then select one of two options for insertion of the swatch data: “ Add new swatch” or “Select from my swatches”.
Follow the procedure to insert swatches for all the pattern elements. After that, the “Save” button will be activated. When it is pressed, all data related to the swatch/swatches will be added to the project.


4. Making Calculations

After a swatch/swatches have been selected, calculations are made automatically: the original pattern is recalculated into stitches and rows. Alongside this, text instructions are generated that will be used in the “Final Report” and in the “Online Knitting” section. Yarn consumption is also calculated in length and/or weight units. For more information about how to work with “Final Report”, click HERE. For more information about working with the “Online Knitting” service, click HERE.


5. Applying a Stitch Pattern to a Pattern

The patterns of the article elements converted into stitches and rows can be opened in the “Stitch Patterns Editor” tab by pressing the “Add Stitch Pattern” tab. It is where you can apply stitch patterns, both those created by yourself, and using “Stitch Patterns Library”, or “My Stitch Patterns” to the pattern. In the editor, all pattern elements can also be scaled, you can obtain information about the total number of rows and stitches in the element and do many other things. For more information about working with the “Stitch Patterns Editor”, click HERE.

The Pattern Editor


6. Online Knitting

After calculations have been made based on the swatch/ swatches, the “Online Knitting” button is activated. Select it to access the section. You can knit and obtain row-by-row knitting instructions for each element. You will see a sketch of the element on the screen. The current position of the row being knitted is shown on it as a green line. The number of the row and related text instructions are shown in the upper left corner.  You can also secure a row so that you can get back to it later. In order to do this, click the red mark on the row counter. After that, the secured row will be displayed as a red line. For convenience, the panel on the left contains an increase/decrease table showing all rows where the number of stitches has to be changed. All information about moving rows during knitting will be saved (the red lines). You can simultaneously start knitting as many elements and projects as you need. You can get back to knitting at any time, even after closing your project and/or browser. 

Online knitting

ATTENTION: if some modifications have been made to the project: a template or a swatch and/or swatches have been edited, then the data in the “Online Knitting” page will change too, because text instructions will be regenerated. In this case, the data on the current position of row counters for all template elements of the project will be reset. This should be remembered when working with a project.


7. Viewing and Editing the Final Report

Final Report is a text document that encapsulates all project-related data. It is generated automatically, but can always be adjusted manually. There is a special editor on the website for editing the report that has all necessary features for editing: adding tables, photos, formatting fonts, paragraphs, etc.

Final report

For convenience, you can maximize the report to full screen and make any corrections. For saving changes use the "Save changes" button. 
You can print out the report, (the printer pictogram on the editor toolbar) or export it to PDF format, (“Download the final report” button).
ATTENTION: If some modifications have been made to the project: a pattern or a swatch and/or swatches have been edited, the final report is also changed automatically, and recalculated. This should be remembered when making corrections in the report manually.


8. Editing Data
After a project has been created, data may have to be corrected. You can do it at any time. 

  • You can edit the general information: name, project status, photo, description, start and completion dates in the “My Projects” window. Click the three dots button in the upper right corner of the card to select the project you need to edit. Select the “Edit” button in the window that appears. Then make corrections in the form that opens.

Edit project

The edit form

  • Open the "project working windowto edit the pattern of any element of a knitted article. There is an “Edit in Pattern Editor” button in the pattern element panel on the right. Click it to get to the editor where you can make any corrections as required. After corrections have been made and saved, all calculations will be made automatically. The information in the “Final Report” and the “Online Knitting” section will be updated.
  • In order to edit information about the applied swatch/swatches, click the “Use another swatch” tab. Then, you have to select the swatch/swatches as described above.

Use another swatch

  • In order to edit stitch patterns applied to pattern elements, click the “Edit stitch pattern” button in the project working window. You will find the “Stitch Patterns Editor” tab where you can adjust stitch patterns as you like. For more information about working with “Stitch Patterns Editor”, click HERE.


9. Deleting a Project

A project can be deleted in two ways:

  • From “My Projects” tab you can select the project card, use the three dots button in the upper right corner of the preview. Select the “Delete” tab in the drop-down list. Select one of two methods for deleting the project: with or without data saving. When the first option is selected, the “Final Report” will be exported to your PC in the PDF format.
  • From the project working window tab, by pressing the waste bin pictogram located in the upper right corner of the upper information panel.



  • Open the “Pattern Editor” from the main website menu.
  • Create as many elements of the article pattern as you need. Each element of the pattern must be located in a separate tab. Tabs are located in the upper left corner of the editor working window. For more information about “Pattern Editor”, click HERE.
  • After all pattern elements have been created, click the “Finish editing and proceed to calculations” button. A form for creating a project will be opened. Fill in its fields and use the “Create” button to add your project.
  • After the project creation form has been filled in, a form for adding a swatch will be opened. The work with the form is described above
  • After the swatch has been selected, you will be automatically referred to the “Stitch Patterns Editor”.
  • After working with the “Stitch Patterns Editor” you can go to the “Online Knitting” tab. To do this, use the “Finish editing and proceed to Online Knitting” button in the lower part of the screen. For more information about “Stitch Patterns Editor”, click HERE.
  • The procedure of working with the “Online Knitting” section is described above. When you’re finished with it, you can proceed to editing the “Final Report” page that will be generated automatically after adding a swatch to the project.
  • You can stop working with your project at any stage as described above. After a project has been created, a related entry (“card”) will appear in the “My Projects” tab. You can continue working with the project from the catalog. To do this, click on the project name, its photo (space for the photo) or use the special three dots button in the project card.This button has a drop-down menu, select the “View project” button. After that, you will see the project working window. From the working window you can continue working with the project by selecting the corresponding option. See above for more information about the project working window. 


The website is comprised of an embedded “Basic Patterns Customizer” which allows the selection of an article for knitting. Then, you can adjust its parameters. For a cardigan these include the sleeve style and length, the neckline type, collar style, etc. Then, a standard size of the article is to be selected but all measurements can be adjusted. As a result, you get patterns for all elements of the article based on which automatic calculations can be made, and a project can be created. For more information about “Basic Patterns Customizer”, click HERE.

Steps to create a project:

  • Open the “Basic Patterns Customizer” tab from the main website menu.
  • Select an article and adjust its parameters as described above.
  • Press the “Create pattern” button which becomes active after selecting and adjusting all necessary parameters of the article. 
  • Then, you will see the project working window that shows all elements of the article and displays their sketches. Press their names to navigate through the list items. 
  • Further work with the project described above.