|To explain how you can read a CRX* chart in different ways I made these four examples.|
Basic colors for a CRX patch are A and B, they alternate sides and if you work with only two colors you get the same effect as double knitting.
The third color C stays on the same place.
1. C = lines of the signpole
2. Just two colors
3. C = the air
4. C = interior of the signpole
||The basic design as it was used for the first patch with only color A and B. You alternate sides - front and back - whenever there is a blanc square followed by an X and vice versa.|
|C = lines of the signpole = X's|
C = the air = blanc squares
C = interior of the signpole = yellow squares
Reading a CRX chart works This Way
*CRX = Carreaux Crochet