While I use all kind of modern technology all the time, I admit, when it comes to knitting I'm rather old fashioned and I prefer to scribble my notes on paper and I also prefer to knit from a paper copy. Well, that is until I discovered the Knitrino App, an app with interactive patterns.
Knitrino, created by two sisters, is like Google Maps for knitting patterns: Click a stitch to see how to do it, highlight your current place, track your progress step by step, see charts in your yarn colors, see only your size, and more. Knitrino’s goal is to make knitting more accessible, and to help people grow into the knitters they aspire to be. This innovative app is for knitters longing for better pattern usability and navigation using small screens.
Really an app I recommend knitters to give a try - so you can probably imagine that I was tickled pink when one of my patterns was chosen for this innovative app: Harmony Mitts. The mitts, are worked from the cuff up with a thumb gusset and mainly in ribbing for a good fit. The eye-catching feature is a cable panel that runs along the side of the back of the hand. And all you need to make these fly of your needles - from how to cast on to always keeping your place in the pattern - is included in the pattern in the Knitrino app.
Knitrino is available in both iOS and Android, for more information read on here or check the App Store / Google Play on your smartphone or tablet.