Does mosaic knitting have floats?
Unlike traditional stranded knitting, where you’re working with two or more yarns at any given time, with mosaic, you’re only working with one yarn at a time. In addition to making colorwork simpler to manage, this feature of mosaic knitting means fewer floats and a more flexible fabric.
What is a mosaic plot used for?
How are mosaic plots used? Mosaic plots are used to show relationships and to provide a visual comparison of groups.
How often should I catch floats?
For a blanket or garment, where the floats will inevitably come in contact with the outside world including dogs, cats, and fingers, you’ll definitely want to catch your floats, every 3 or 4 stitches or so.