Charts / Graphs, Free Patterns, Patterns

Cupcake Chart

The corner to corner (C2C) craze has finally caught hold of me. I love these silly charts and have been making them far faster than I can crochet them – but that doesn’t mean I can’t share them with others!

First up, is a cute cupcake. It’s a pretty simple chart with only a few colours used. It’s also easily customized to just about however you want it to work up. I want to make one and stitch on some sprinkles in a varigated yarn, maybe..? Mmm. All the deliciousness, none of the calories!

I’ve included the chart if you’d like to save it and zoom in (the rows are numbered for C2C), and also uploaded a PDF that can be downloaded and printed off. The PDF has the chart split onto four pages so you can cut and tape them together for a big picture. This chart is 80 pixels wide by 100 pixels tall, and will make a decent sized blanket with a standard worsted weight yarn & hook size. (This will vary with gauge, but expect a blanket about 80″ wide by about 100″ tall or so, not counting a border.) Speaking of a border, maybe a cute cupcake border will be in order?!

Cupcake - chart

Download the printable PDF for free here from Google Drive: click me!

If you prefer written directions for C2C, or would rather work this in a single crochet chart format, you can find those PDFs in my Ravelry store, here: click me! (or if you’d rather, in my Etsy shop: click me!)

I hope you enjoy the pattern & share your creations for everyone to see!

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Pumpkin Chart

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Autumn! My favorite time of year. Between the cooler weather rolling in, the grey rainy days, and shrugging into my favorite sweaters yet again, I’ve noticed once again, the theme is back:

PUMPKINS.

People love ’em. So do I. So I designed up this cute little pumpkin chart that can be used for various crafting purposes – tapestry crochet, double knitting, stranding, etc. Do whatever you’d like with it!

I’ve made a printable PDF version available on Etsy & Ravelry, as usual – there’s 3 charts in the paid version (plain pumpkin, pumpkin face, checkered divider), as well as some direction on what sort of crafts could be used with the chart – summaries, really – nothing in depth. If you’d like to check those out though, here’s the links.

Etsy — & — Ravelry

For those of you who would like to jump right in, here’s a free chart to get you started! I can’t wait to see what everyone uses it for. I think it’d be adorable on a sweater pocket, perhaps…

Copy of Pumpkin

Enjoy!