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Revontuli Knitting Chart Conversion

If you love the Revontuli but struggle with knitted charts, palmtree123 wrote out the instructions by hand, typed it all up and it's now in a PDF conversion chart. You need the original pattern for this, this PDF is simply the charted portion of the pattern written out in regular knitting instructions.

Here is the Revontuli Pattern (link goes to Ravelry where you can download the shawl in your language of choice, it is free). You need to have a copy of this pattern.

Here is the Revontuli Chart Conversion (in PDF form), which gives you the chart in written form. This conversion was done by palmtree123 on Ravelry - here is the link to her project with her notes for the conversion. If you notice any mistakes, post a comment on her project page and she will correct them ASAP.

This is the first chart conversion we have hosted for a Ravelry member, but we do have some free knitting patterns and knitting printable worksheets too :)

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