Scalable knitting patterns with open source software: Textile design with Inkscape and GIMP.

I made a video tutorial that explains how to design knitting patterns that can be scaled to arbitrary size using the open source programs Inkscape v0.92 and 
GIMP 2.10.10. It may be especially interesting to the community of the All Yarns are Beautiful (AYAB) project. Here is part 1 of 2:

Video 1: Scalable knitting patterns with open source software (Part 1/2). Copyright (C) DerAndere 2019. This video is licensed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution International License 4.0 (CC BY 4.0) or the Creative Commons Attribution ShareAlike International 4.0 license (CC BY SA 4.0).

Below is part 2/2 of the tutorial:

Video 2: Scalable knitting patterns with open source software (Part 2/2). Copyright (C) DerAndere 2019. This video is dual licensed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution International 4.0 license (CC BY 4.0) or the Creative Commons Attribution ShareAlike International 4.0 license (CC BY SA 4.0).

Have fun exploring the possibilities! Do you have suggestions how the tutorial can be improved? Please give feedback via Github or in the facebook group AYAB All Yarns are Beautiful. Or do it like I did and contribute to the official ayab-manual repository.



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