Translation project

Project overviewTranslator's guide

Project overview

The goal of this project is to make usable for knitters around the world by translating the website's user interface into a wide variety of languages.

Currently, portions of the key are available in German and Russian. To see these translations, simply select your language choice from the menu at the top of each page.

These translations were graciously provided by volunteers. If you would like to take part in this volunteer effort, please join the community on Ravelry and refer to the translator's guide below. If you would like to request support for another language, please feel free to contact me.

Translator's guide

To provide translations for one of the languages listed below:

  • Click on the name of the language to go to its translations page.
  • Enter your translations. For each translation, click "Save changes" to save the translation to the website's database.
  • When you're done, click "Publish translations" to make your changes visible on the website.

To provide translations for a language not listed here, please contact me.


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Stitch maps are a new form of knitting chart that use traditional symbols in a novel way: without a grid.

The symbols within a stitch map clearly show what stitches to work. And – not being confined within grid squares – they also show which stitches of the previous row should be worked.

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