Now that I'm getting back into knitting a little bit, I've been browsing Ravelry quite a lot. It gave me the idea to start playing around with making some knitting charts myself. As it will be a while before I am able to use any of them, I thought I might as well share them with all of you. These haven't been tested, but I've charted Greta Garbo, Mary Pickford, and Clara Bow. I use free patterns a lot so it's nice to be able to contribute something myself. If anyone tries them out please let me know!
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If anyone wants more let me know. They were a lot of fun to make and if anyone has any requests I'm willing to give it a shot!
These are awesome!!! I'm not a knitter, but I am a cross stitcher and I think that these would work great on Aida cloth, too. If I find time (I haven't crafted much in two years and I miss it fiercely - hoping to get more in again this coming winter) to make them, I'll definitely let you know. Thanks so much for sharing these, honey.ReplyDelete
Oh neat! I never thought of cross stitching being another use for these. I do hope you get time to craft this winter. Crafting of any sort is such a great activity :)Delete
I am an avid knitter and would love to test out some of your charts. However, my intarsia knitting leaves a lot to be desired. I could definitely see myself using these charts for cross-stitch though. Some day I'll work on my color work in knitting, when that day comes, I'll be keeping these charts in mind.ReplyDelete
She Knits in Pearls
These look great, what a good idea. I agree with Jessica, I think they would work well for cross stitch too.ReplyDelete
i was just taking a shot in the dark and put in mary pickford, never expecting to find anything, and here you are! i'm doing a cross stitch with my favorites, charlie chaplin, laurel and hardy and now i can add mary pickford, thank you for that. you say you would do others at request...could you possibly try lillian gish? she's the last one i need to find. thank you againReplyDelete