Posted 29 Jan 2020 by JC
Previously, if Stitch-Maps.com couldn’t verify the knitspeak for a stitch pattern, it would on occasion produce an error message like the following:
Row 3 can’t be worked on top of the preceding rows. The number of non-repeated stitches isn’t quite right.
Messages like this aren’t terribly helpful, when it comes to resolving the issue.
By request, Stitch-Maps.com now produces messages like this:
Row 3 can’t be worked on top of the previous rows. It requires a multiple of 9 stitches plus 2, but the previous rows produce a multiple of 9 stitches plus 4.
Hopefully, you’ll find these messages more useful, in locating typos and other goofs. As always, if you have questions or concerns, please contact me!