Format and size for design files
Knittable files should have this format:

- PNG
- Size as given in the table below "Design Pixel" (not the ready made size of the product)
- the file should be color reduced: 2 to 5 color, depending on product
- Resolution: No resolution resp. standard screen resolution 72 dpi. When the image is color reduced correctly, there is no resolution anymore. One pixel then has one color (and becomes one knitted stitch).
A high resolution or larger image size does not lead to a better knitting result

One pixel in the rastered and color reduced image gives one knitted stitch in the fabric.


Art NrProductSizeDesign pixelProduct in ca. cm
1000Football scarfStandard772x84145x17
1010Football scarfkids600x72110x15
1020Football scarfmaxi1024x84200x17
     
2000Design scarfStandard 1120x176175x25
2010Design scarfkids800x116120x17
2020Design scarfmaxi1408x176230x25
     
3000Blanket 2-colorStandard1200x832185x150
3010Blanket 2-colorkids960x550150x100
3020Blanket 2-colorbaby640x480100x80
     
4000Blanket 4-colorStandard1104x896190x155
4010Blanket 4-colorkids900x576150x100
4020Blanket 4-colorbaby576x464100x80
     
5500BeanieStandard240x23022x22
     
6000MaskStandard134x12315x12
     
7000Fabric panelStandard1650x660155x80
     
7300Fineknit sweaterS - XXL700x660 
     
8200Knit sweaterS - XXL290x290

Sweater:
The design pixel size for sweaters is the maximum size for size XXL. Because of the cut, there is less space that you can actually design. Also when choosing smaller sizes.

Beanies:
At the top, some of the design is cut off as well, resp. may not be completly visible because of the seams at the top.

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