Men's Tuck Stitch Pullover Chart
As noted earlier in this tutorial, the shaping formula for this, and all my charted patterns, is given in stitches-rows-times, which is different from the Japanese charted patterns. This is the formula most American designers use for their charted patterns.
Please use the written instructions, found in the Free Patterns section for specific instructions. This is the way I charted the Men's Tuck Stitch Pullover pattern. I always begin with this format, then convert to written patterns when publishing. However, when drafting patterns just for myself, I knit directly from this chart. I keep a clean sheet of paper handy, and make notes to myself while knitting, especially if the shaping is a little complicated
Japanese Charting Lesson 1 General information and preparing to draft knitting patterns using the Japanese method
Japanese Charting Lesson 2 What does all of this mean? Interpreting Japanese symbols and drafting formulas
Dolman Pullover Chart What a charted version of the Ladies Dolman Pullover looks like
Original version of this tutorial was copyrighted and uploaded to the old Clearwater Knits website in 1998.