New York, New York Afghan

I did mine with Vanna’s Choice in Beige as the background with a variety of colors for the contrast colors. After I was done, I top stitched in the “subway map.”

The whole afghan is 150 x 200. 

   

 

Broadway Cross Stitch Patterns

These charts were all used for a bag I made for a charity auction. These can be used with cross stitch, tapestry or Tunisian crochet or stranded knitting. Some are suitable for double knitting, but many have several colors.

Aida

Aida Chart 2

Anything GoesAnything Goes Chart

Cinderella Cinderella Chart Dreamgirls

Dreamgirls Chart Into the Woods

Into the Woods Chart Les Miserables Les Mis The Lion KingLion King Chart

Next to Normal Next To Normal Chart

The Phantom of the Opera
Phanton Chart

Spring Awakening Spring Awakening Chart

Wicked Wicked Chart

Please note: These patterns are free for your use. Please feel free to make as many as you want of the finished project. NOTE: I have no affiliation with the creators of ANY of these shows. If you choose to sell your final product, please credit this site for the pattern. Please DO NOT SELL the pattern. Thanks!

Pirate Flag Charts

A friend of mine asked me to chart some traditional pirate flags for her. All charts are 50 stitches wide, but the heights vary.

Chart 1 Chart 2 Chart 3 Chart 4 Chart 5 Chart 6 Chart 7 Chart 8 Chart 9 Chart 10 Chart 11 Chart 12 Chart 13 Chart 14 Chart 15

Charts for Geek Vehicles

My current project is cross-stitching vehicles from various geek themed TV shows and movies. Here are the charts I’ve created. Enjoy! (You could use these for other kinds of color work, ie tapestry or Tunisian crochet or stranded knitting, as well.)

Invisible Airplane – Wonder Woman (Note: When I made this chart, I used light gray for the outline of the plane and no fill. The black’s really just so you can see the actual chart.)

Wonder Woman's Plane Chart

The Starship Enterprise – Star TrekEnterprise

Cylon Raider – Battlestar GalacticaCylon Ship Chart Doc Brown’s Delorean – Back to the FutureDelorean Chart Ecto-1 – GhostbustersEcto 1 Chart The Heart of Gold – Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy (Note: Same as with the Invisible Plane, this is going to be done with light gray for the outline and white for the fill.) Heart of Gold Chart The Hogwarts Express – Harry PotterHogwarts Express Chart The Millennium Falcon – Star WarsMillennium Falcon The Mystery Machine – Scooby-DooMystery Machine Chart Serenity – FireflySerenity Chart The Stargate – Stargate SG-1Stargate Chart The Dean Brothers’ Impala – SupernaturalSupernatural Impala Chart The Doctor’s TARDIS – Dr. WhoTARDIS Chart The Batmobile – BatmanBatmobile Chart

Please note: These pattern is free for your use. Please feel free to make as many as you want of the finished project. NOTE: I have no affiliation with the creators of ANY of these TV shows or movies. If you choose to sell your final product, please credit this site for the pattern. Please DO NOT SELL the pattern. Thanks!

Scrappy Dumbledore’s Army Afghan with Chart

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Finished afghan is 150 x 200 plus a one row sc edge.

Note: I made mine with the background being scraps of yarn (Every color but black[even in the variegated], because I didn’t want the background to blend with the D.A. logo). You can do a solid background, if you’d like. If you do use scrap, make sure the yarn is all the same weight and material. It’s not a good thing to make anything with both worsted and bulky (unless that’s what you’re going for.) Likewise, if you use a washable acrylic and a non-washable wool, you may end up with unplanned shrinkage in places when you wash it.

Materials: H Hook and worsted weight yarn (Caron One Pound in Black for the D.A. Logo, anything you want for the outside.)

Using background color, chain 151. Sc across. Follow the chart for the rest of the afghan. After the last row is finished, edge the whole afghan in black with one sc in each row or stitch and 3 sc in each corner.

Dumbledore's Army Chart

I did mine using tapestry crochet. For a reference on how to use this technique, see How to Follow a Chart Using Tapestry Crochet.

Please note: This pattern is free for your use. Please feel free to make as many as you want of the finished project. NOTE: I have no affiliation with Harry Potter or JK Rowling. If you choose to sell your final product, please credit this site for the pattern. Please DO NOT SELL the pattern. Thanks!

Scrappy Dark Mark Afghan Pattern With Chart

Dark Mark Afghan Finished

Finished afghan is 150 x 200 plus a one row sc edge.

Note: I made mine with the background being scraps of yarn (Every color but black, because I didn’t want the background to blend with the Dark Mark). You can do a solid background, if you’d like. If you do use scrap, make sure the yarn is all the same weight and material. It’s not a good thing to make anything with both worsted and bulky (unless that’s what you’re going for.) Likewise, if you use a washable acrylic and a non-washable wool, you may end up with unplanned shrinkage in places when you wash it.

Materials: H Hook and worsted weight yarn (Caron One Pound in Black for the Dark Mark, anything you want for the outside.)

Using background color, chain 151. Sc across. Follow the chart for the rest of the afghan. After the last row is finished, edge the whole afghan in black with one sc in each row or stitch and 3 sc in each corner.

 

Dark Mark Afghan

I did mine using tapestry crochet. For a reference on how to use this technique, see How to Follow a Chart Using Tapestry Crochet.

Please note: This pattern is free for your use. Please feel free to make as many as you want of the finished project. NOTE: I have no affiliation with Harry Potter or JK Rowling. If you choose to sell your final product, please credit this site for the pattern. Please DO NOT SELL the pattern. Thanks!

Scrappy Weeping Angel Afghan

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Finished afghan is 200 x 150 plus a one row sc edge.

Note: I made mine with the background being scraps of yarn (Every color but grey, because I didn’t want the background to blend with the Weeping Angel). You can do a solid background, if you’d like. If you do use scrap, make sure the yarn is all the same weight and material. It’s not a good thing to make anything with both worsted and bulky (unless that’s what you’re going for.) Likewise, if you use a washable acrylic and a non-washable wool, you may end up with unplanned shrinkage in places when you wash it.

Materials: H Hook and worsted weight yarn (Red Heart Dove and Black for the Weeping Angel, anything you want for the outside. Note: Dove is a variegated grey, but you can use a solid grey color if you want.)

Using Dove, chain 201. Sc across. Follow the chart for the rest of the afghan. After the last row is finished, edge the whole afghan in black with one sc in each row or stitch and 3 sc in each corner.

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I did mine using tapestry crochet. For a reference on how to use this technique, see How to Follow a Chart Using Tapestry Crochet.

Please note: This pattern is free for your use. Please feel free to make as many as you want of the finished project. NOTE: I have no affiliation with Dr. Who or the BBC. If you choose to sell your final product, please credit this site for the pattern. Please DO NOT SELL the pattern. Thanks!

 
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