Tuesday, August 16, 2022

A question about the stitch dictionaries


I recently had a quesion via the comments about an older post for the second stitch dictionary. The questioner wanted to know if someone who cannot see could use the dictionaries, and run them through a (Braille) embosser. 

The stitch dictionaries are written with abbreviations that use punctuation as well as letters to designate the patterns and repeats, so they may not make sense when read in Braille. Here is an example:

R1: K2tog twice *(YO2, K2tog twice) rep *

R2: *(YO2, P2tog twice) rep * end YO2

I am not sure how these would read with an embosser. The files are pdf files, but I can provide a word file if that is of help. 

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