For knitters who enjoy creating their own colorwork patterns, Vogue Knitting Colorwork Paper is a fun and effective way to do just that. This innovative method uses outlines in the V shape of an actual knit stitch rather than rectangles like the traditional knitter's graph paper, enabling knitters to create better representations of what their patterns will actually look like once knit. With more than 90 pages of two realistic and common stitch gauges, there is plenty of room to create hundreds of patterns. Knitters can use the 5 stitches by 6 rows gauge for stranded colorwork and the 6 stitches by 8 rows gauge for intarsia motifs. This paper can also be used for testing alternative color combinations of existing patterns. Vogue Knitting Colorwork Paper is as fun to use as it is practical, and it will leave knitters wondering why this hasn't been done before.