Graphs for the hapeless fiber artist


This Is Not a Pattern.image
It is just a rough estimate of what the finished project will look like. Look below the image for a name, it will be a hyperlink that will take you to Dropbox where you can download the chart/pattern as a PDF.

A hyperlink will look like this. And if you click on it, it will take you to Dropbox, just like this one does. Most likely the one below the image will take you to download the chart that you really want *crosses fingers*


What does this stuff mean?(How to read a chart and the rules)


Why does it send me to an outside link when I go to download a chart?
All my charts are saved in my Dropbox.
The simplest reason why is because I don’t know how to upload them straight to my site. I know, I’m kind of lame like that.

Why do my posts change from time to time?
Occasionally I will re-edit my posts, or add new content. If I suddenly get the urge to make a new Weimaraner graph, or create a simplified or complex version of a graph, I will just add it to an existing post instead of creating another one. Better to post too little than too often I say. I post new update notices on my Facebook page. Use the categories menu for related content as well.

All of my patterns are hand designed. What does that mean?




Theresa Logan says:

The chart you made- is it for cross stitch?
I was wondering if you made a color chart for making it? The TMNT chart

F.P. Molina says:

I have only knitting charts of the turtles, but have several sizes with both outlines & color both, on the TMNT post. Thank you for stopping by! Let me know if you have any other questions!

Myra Anderson says:

I have been asked to crochet a turtle blanket with only Donatello . Have been unable to find pattern. Can you help me? Need blanket size 5×7 with Donatello’s face centered in blanket.

F.P. Molina says:

Are you just looking for me to make one of the Donatello charts larger?

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