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Stitch charts in knit and crochet patterns are being used more and more as an
addition to or in place of words to describe a pattern stitch. Following are the
standardized knit symbols that have been adopted by members of the Craft Yarn
Council and are considered to be the clearest and easiest to render and to read.
For the most part each symbol represents a stitch as it looks on the right side of
the work. Always refer to the pattern key for additional symbol definitions.

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