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Bob’s Burgers and Rivet

Hello Stitchers! I seem to have been on a roll lately and you can expect at least a couple more posts in the next few weeks, so you will have plenty to stitch this winter.

There is a cool local toy Gallery called Rivet, that I happen to walk by once or twice a month. They have some awesome chalk signs.
There is a lovely lady named Laura who co-owns the place and Loves Bob’s Burgers, specifically Tina. As you can see on their Instagram account, she even likes cosplaying her from time to time.

When Bob’s Burgers came out with a comic book Rivet even got a limited special run with their name on it, which you can read about here.

So today I bring you a set of Bob’s Burgers, knit squares in pillow size. You can make pillows or sew them together to make a blanket, or even get crafty and sew up six of them, stuff them and make a little footstool. Go crazy.

*Since everyone seems to love  Bob’s Burgers, I decided to add cross stitch and Perler Bead charts as well!

Let me know How they turn out, I love watching my babies grow up. As always, I love hearing your requests, expressions of undying love, and if you find any corrupt links so I can fix them.



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Linda Pillow Knit

Bob Pillow Knit

Gene Pillow Knit

Human Flesh Burger (X eyes) Pillow Knit
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Tina Cross
Tina Cross Stitch
Louis Cross
Louise Cross Stitch
Gene Cross Stitch
Gene Cross Stitch
Bob Cross
Bob Cross Stitch
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Linda Cross Stitch
Human Flesh
Human Flesh Cross Stitch

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Louise Perler
Louise Head Perler
Bob Perler
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Amy Eileen K. says:

Thank you for sharing,these are amazing!

F.P. Molina says:

You are very welcome! Thank you, I’m glad you enjoy them :)

Kunni Biener says:

I am not a knitter, but I can see cross stich or needlepointed pillows in my future. Thanks so much.

F.P. Molina says:

I am working on a new post right now, but when I’m done I do plan on converting these to cross stitch charts. Thank you for stopping by, always good to hear from the Stitchers :)

Jenn says:

These are awesome! My husband LOVES Bob’s Burgers (I swear the Bob’s T-shirt I bought him is his favourite shirt ever). I don’t knit often, I much prefer crochet, but I can easily crochet these up! Thank you so much!! You are fantastic!


F.P. Molina says:

Thank you so much! You can use them for crochet, you might have to try out different stitch sizes, and sometimes with a “knit square” pattern it is easier to work it side to side, instead of bottom to top. I bet he will love it no matter how you make it. Let me know how it turns out!

Sarah says:

Awesommmmmmmme! Thank you!!!

Jennifer scales says:

I am about to stitch louise right now!!!! Thank you for postinh

F.P. Molina says:

YES! You are welcome :)

Robin says:

I would love the 1/2 face cross stitch of Louise, I think this is the design I want to do for my husband.

F.P. Molina says:

Just click on the hyperlink under the pic, it will take you to Dropbox & hit DOWNLOAD

aubrie sheaffer says:

I am new to the game and just downloaded the Tina print. (Cross stitch). Is this using 2 strands for the entire piece, per color?

F.P. Molina says:

It depends on what size cloth you use, but two is good for 14 or 16 count. I hope you enjoy it! Thanks for joining the game :)

F.P. Molina says:

And let me know how it turns out! Or any other newbie questions

Danielle says:

Hi, I would love to use this Tina Belcher knit chart for a laptop sleeve pattern but it would need to be about half the stitches wide and long. Do you have any recommendations of how to adjust that without distorting the image?

F.P. Molina says:

The best advice I can give you is to work the largest shapes first, then the details like eyes, face etc. and then fit the other line work in where you can. You can use graph paper, but even excel spreed sheets can easily be used (there are a few tutorials online that I’ve seen) Most of all, don’t over think it, just take a step back every few minutes. Don’t be afraid to make multiple versions. The smaller you make something, the harder it is to get it “right”, I go through dozens of variations sometimes.

Michele McKay says:

I love these pattterns
I am going to make a quilt from these
Thanks so much

F.P. Molina says:

Awesome! Let me know how it turns out!

Billy says:

What colors would be best for each of the Belchers? I tried color matching from an image on my phone but it didn’t quite work out right. Thanks so much!

F.P. Molina says:

If you click the hyperlink, the colors should be on the pattern. Sometimes it is in a second page if it is a larger pattern.

Jordan says:

Any recommendations on wool thickness and needle size?? SUCH a big fan of bobs burgers!

F.P. Molina says:

I believe I made all the charts in 14, with two strands of thread.

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