Hello fellow makers! I recently published an article on how to read a graph, and mentioned my C2C blanket size calculator in the tutorial video. I realized I didn’t have a calculator out there for Row by Row graphgans using single crochet, so it only makes sense to create one right?

The math involved in determining how big a blanket will be isn’t exactly rocket science, but it is a bit of simple algebra. I have a disdain for breaking out the excel spreadsheets I’ve created every time I want to make a project, so the next best thing is these calculators. I’ve referred back to my C2C calculator sooooooo many times.

The stitch calculator is also a good one because it lets you determine size based on a certain, sometimes complicated stitch, so check that one out too!

#### Check out those calculators here.

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So let’s get to this!

#### Row by Row Graphgan Blanket Size Calculator

This calculator will work for using single crochet only. Next up will be one for working a graphgan in double crochet, which will take just a little bit more math :(, because each pixel/square of a graph = a stitch and 2 double crochet = 1 stitch… anyway, moving on…

### Step 1

Create a small swatch that measures at least 5″ wide & 5″ tall.

### Step 2

Measure how many stitches are in 4″ and how many rows are in 4″

### Step 3

Enter those number below – it’s as simple as that!

If you want to learn how to read a graph, check out the article I wrote on reading graphs, there are link in that article on the best graphing programs too

I hope you enjoy using this calculator!

Is there a calculator you need? Let me see if I can make one for you, please leave a comment below or send me a message š

Do you happen to have one for Tunisian Stitch?

Hi Robin! I don’t, but that is a GREAT idea.