KnittingQueen is an iPad PDF reading browser that is optimized for knitting hobbyists. Features include bookmarking, a guide that makes it easy to read, look away and look back to quickly discover exactly where you were, four styles of needle sizers and a method to track photos of your work.
Designed to improve the productivity of knitting fans, the key features of KnittingQueen include:
Browsing of electronic patterns. KnittingQueen keeps your electronic patterns - web or PDF - within reach. It provides a moveable guidebar that lets you read the pattern description, do the instruction and with a glance back to the iPad, you can see where you are in the pattern description. You can swipe the pattern up and down or left and right and the guidebar won't move. To move the guidebar, simply drag your finger along the right hand side of the pattern viewer.
Back and forward buttons let you move easily between multi-page online patterns.
KnittingQueen can also save PDFs for offline knitting.
A tap-activated row counter never forgets which row you're working on. The counter even remembers where you were the last time you used KnittingQueen.
A metric (mm) or US (inches) ruler can pop out or hide when you want it to. The ruler works in either landscape or portrait mode so you can be sure you're getting the right density of stitches per inch, or per mm.
A knitting sizing chart allows you to see with a tap, what size needle you have. There are four size charts supported: US sizes, UK•Canadian sizes, Japanese sizes and Metric sizes.
Your personal notes about each of your patterns are stored in a database that you can view at any time, or edit at any time, or add to at any time. You can also add pictures or take pictures of your work (with an iPad 2).
Online help, (with the app, but not the knitting - sorry), including description of each feature is available at a touch of the (i) info button. The support site and videos are al