Saturday, June 15, 2013

Clown Fish Crochet Chart








Created by Teresa Richardson

4-Ply Yarn
+Crochet Geek

Click on the image and print it out.  You will have unique settings to your printer, that permit you to increase the size of the image.

Color can easily be substituted in any chart.

Squares: Each square represents a single crochet. You can work the pattern vertical or horizontal. Click on the pattern and print it out. I have found that the rows work a little compressed at times with single crochet so you can try using half double crochet if you want to. It usually depends on the pattern.


Marking off Rows: I use a document protector and grease pencil to mark off the rows as I make them. This is so my chart is not permanently marked if I need it for future reference.
The gauge is for a size H crochet hook. This is just an estimate. Your results may be different.
Gauge 4" x 4" = 16 Rows, 12 Stitches 


Friday, May 24, 2013

Painted Tapestry Crochet Chart Sunset





Created by Teresa Richardson

4-Ply Yarn
+Crochet Geek

Click on the image and print it out.  You will have unique settings to your printer, that permit you to increase the size of the image.

Color can easily be substituted in any chart.

Squares: Each square represents a single crochet. You can work the pattern vertical or horizontal. Click on the pattern and print it out. I have found that the rows work a little compressed at times with single crochet so you can try using half double crochet if you want to. It usually depends on the pattern.


Marking off Rows: I use a document protector and grease pencil to mark off the rows as I make them. This is so my chart is not permanently marked if I need it for future reference.
The gauge is for a size H crochet hook. This is just an estimate. Your results may be different.
Gauge 4" x 4" = 16 Rows, 12 Stitches 


Monday, January 21, 2013

Eagle - Tapestry Crochet Chart



















Eagle - Tapestry Crochet Chart



Created by Teresa Richardson

4-Ply Yarn


Click on the image and print it out.  You will have unique settings to your printer, that permit you to increase the size of the image.

Color can easily be substituted in any chart.

Squares: Each square represents a single crochet. You can work the pattern vertical or horizontal. Click on the pattern and print it out. I have found that the rows work a little compressed at times with single crochet so you can try using half double crochet if you want to. It usually depends on the pattern.


Marking off Rows: I use a document protector and grease pencil to mark off the rows as I make them. This is so my chart is not permanently marked if I need it for future reference.
The gauge is for a size H crochet hook. This is just an estimate. Your results may be different.
Gauge 4" x 4" = 16 Rows, 12 Stitches 



Monday, January 7, 2013

Baby Panda - Tapestry Crochet Chart






Baby Panda - Tapestry Crochet Chart


Created by Teresa Richardson

4-Ply Yarn


Click on the image and print it out.  You will have unique settings to your printer, that permit you to increase the size of the image.

Color can easily be substituted in any chart.

Squares: Each square represents a single crochet. You can work the pattern vertical or horizontal. Click on the pattern and print it out. I have found that the rows work a little compressed at times with single crochet so you can try using half double crochet if you want to. It usually depends on the pattern.


Marking off Rows: I use a document protector and grease pencil to mark off the rows as I make them. This is so my chart is not permanently marked if I need it for future reference.
The gauge is for a size H crochet hook. This is just an estimate. Your results may be different.
Gauge 4" x 4" = 16 Rows, 12 Stitches 



Sunday, January 6, 2013

Crochet Chart Washington RedSkin



Washington Redskin - Tapestry Crochet Chart


Created by Teresa Richardson

4-Ply Yarn


Click on the image and print it out.  You will have unique settings to your printer, that permit you to increase the size of the image.

Color can easily be substituted in any chart.

Squares: Each square represents a single crochet. You can work the pattern vertical or horizontal. Click on the pattern and print it out. I have found that the rows work a little compressed at times with single crochet so you can try using half double crochet if you want to. It usually depends on the pattern.


Marking off Rows: I use a document protector and grease pencil to mark off the rows as I make them. This is so my chart is not permanently marked if I need it for future reference.
The gauge is for a size H crochet hook. This is just an estimate. Your results may be different.
Gauge 4" x 4" = 16 Rows, 12 Stitches 

Blue Star Afghan - Tapestry Crochet




Blue Star Afghan - Tapestry Crochet


Created by Teresa Richardson

4-Ply Yarn

This project is 150 x 250 stitches.

Click on the image and print it out.  You will have unique settings to your printer, that permit you to increase the size of the image.

Color can easily be substituted in any chart.

Squares: Each square represents a single crochet. You can work the pattern vertical or horizontal. Click on the pattern and print it out. I have found that the rows work a little compressed at times with single crochet so you can try using half double crochet if you want to. It usually depends on the pattern.


Marking off Rows: I use a document protector and grease pencil to mark off the rows as I make them. This is so my chart is not permanently marked if I need it for future reference.
The gauge is for a size H crochet hook. This is just an estimate. Your results may be different.
Gauge 4" x 4" = 16 Rows, 12 Stitches 

Saturday, May 5, 2012

Lakota Star - Crochet Tapestry





Lakota Star - Crochet Tapestry

Created by Teresa Richardson


4-Ply Yarn

Click on the image and print it out.  You will have unique settings to your printer, that permit you to increase the size of the image.

Color can easily be substituted in any chart.

Squares: Each square represents a single crochet. You can work the pattern vertical or horizontal. Click on the pattern and print it out. I have found that the rows work a little compressed at times with single crochet so you can try using half double crochet if you want to. It usually depends on the pattern.



Marking off Rows: I use a document protector and grease pencil to mark off the rows as I make them. This is so my chart is not permanently marked if I need it for future reference.
The gauge is for a size H crochet hook. This is just an estimate. Your results may be different.
Gauge 4" x 4" = 16 Rows, 12 Stitches