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Knit Handy App

Knitting just got handier. Your favorite app is now available in two different formats!
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SKU# EP4013

$0.99

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Now in two handy app stores, Knit Handy helps you quickly determine exactly how much yarn you need for your next knitting project. Ann Budd, expert knitter, has transformed her successful Knitter’s Handy Guide to Yarn Requirements (Interweave) into the perfect app for knitters of all skill levels. This visual tool explores the yardage requirements for eight of the most popular knitted items: sweaters, vests, mittens, gloves, socks, scarves, tama, and hats. Knit Handy shows all sizes ranging from baby or toddler to large adult, and for multiple gauges from fine to bulk yarns. You’ll want this app any time you’re buying yarn—always! It’s the best go-everywhere accessory for knitters. Download today!

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At Interweave, we want to make sure our applications enhance your crafting experience. Our expert, helpful customer service team is always standing by to answer your questions, help you with any technical issues, and hear your suggestions for making our applications even better.

If you have any issues with or suggestions relating to functionality of the app itself, we want to hear from you. Please email us at interweaveservice@interweave.com so that we can address your concerns.

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About the Author
Ann Budd is the best-selling author of The Knitter’s Handy Book of Patterns and The Knitter’s Handy Book of Sweater Patterns. She is also the author of Getting Started Knitting Socks, Interweave Presents Knitted Gifts, Knitting Green, and Simple Style, and coauthor of Bag Style, Color Style, Lace Style, and Wrap Style. She is a book editor and the former senior editor of Interweave Knits. She lives in Boulder, Colorado.

SKU: EP4013

Author/Speaker/Editor: Ann Budd

Format: Download

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At first glance this looks indeed like a handy little app - until you try to change your measurements to metric. No matter whether you choose imperial or metric, the gauge always reads in stitches per inch. Being a metric knitter, my gauge comes in number of stitches per 10cm, and while it's easy enough to roughly translate that, roughly isn't good enough for my liking. The app's obviously geared towards an American market and not that useful for people elsewhere.

(Posted on 2/13/14)