- Aire River Design Knitting Fonts - They have cable extenders, so you can keep the overall symbol going over many images. This could be useful to use in Microsoft Excel. (ChemKnits has a tutorial on how to make a knitting chart in Excel). An excellent reference for the symbols available is provided. This is the font that I chose to use for my projects.
- Knitters Symbol Charts - I found the examples less helpful on what I would be able to do with the font.
- Kauri's Knitting Font - You can make these charts in Word, symbols with borders and without borders are available.
- Knitting Universe Font - The link to download the font is at the bottom of the page (Symbols Font), and here is the font reference. The page also has descriptions on how to change a photo into a chart, knitter's graph paper and more.
And for fun: Knit Font - This is not a font to make knitting charts. This is a font that is made out of knit stitches! Let the letters or the background be made out of knit stitches in the two fonts available.