Fire Engine Truck Graphgan | 70 x 100 Chart

Fire Engine Truck Graphgan | 70 x 100 Chart

by Debi Geroux
A Purple Kitty Pattern

Instructions are created for Corner to Corner (C2C) crochet, however, the chart can be adapted and used for any type of needlework.

I used a size H/8-5.00mm crochet hook with worsted weight yarn in double crochet c2c stitches resulting in a blanket that is approximately 4 foot by 5 foot.

The chart grid is 70 x 100. You can control the size of your finished blanket by changing the type of yarn, the size of your hook, and/or the type of c2c stitch.

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Instructions are created for Corner to Corner (C2C) crochet, however, the chart can be adapted and used for any type of needlework.

Colors used: Blue (Blu), yellow (Y), red (R), grey (G), white (W), black (Blk).

Row 1: 1Blu (1)
Row 2: 2Blu (2)
Row 3: 3Blu (3)
Row 4: 4Blu (4)
Row 5: 5Blu (5)
Row 6: 6Blu (6)
Row 7: 7Blu (7)
Row 8: 8Blu (8)
Row 9: 9Blu (9)
Row 10: 10Blu (10)
Row 11: 11Blu (11)
Row 12: 12Blu (12)
Row 13: 6Blu, 3Blk, 4Blu (13)
Row 14: 4Blu, 4Blk, 6Blu (14)
Row 15: 6Blu, 5Blk, 4Blu (15)
Row 16: 4Blu, 6Blk, 6Blu (16)
Row 17: 6Blu, 7Blk, 4Blu (17)
Row 18: 4Blu, 7Blk, 7Blu (18)
Row 19: 8Blu, 7Blk, 3Y, 1Blu (19)
Row 20: 1Blu, 4Y, 6Blk, 9Blu (20)
Row 21: 9Blu, 1R, 6Blk, 3Y, 2Blu (21)
Row 22: 2Blu, 3Y, 1Blk, 1R, 4Blk, 2R, 4Blu, 3Blk, 2Blu (22)
Row 23: 1Blu, 6Blk, 2Blu, 3R, 3Blk, 2R, 1Blk, 2Y, 3Blu (23)
Row 24: 3Blu, 2Y, 1Blk, 3R, 2Blk, 4R, 1Blu, 7Blk, 1Blu (24)
Row 25: 1Blu, 8Blk, 5R, 1Blk, 4R, 1Blk, 1Y, 4Blu (25)
Row 26: 4Blu, 2Blk, 10R, 2Blk, 4G, 3Blk, 1Blu (26)
Row 27: 1Blu, 2Blk, 6G, 2Blk, 10R, 1Blk, 5Blu (27)
Row 28: 6Blu, 10R, 2Blk, 7G, 2Blk, 1Blu (28)
Row 29: 1Blu, 2Blk, 2G, 4W, 2G, 2Blk, 9R, 7Blu (29)
Row 30: 7Blu, 10R, 1Blk, 2G, 5W, 2G, 2Blk, 1Blu (30)
Row 31: 2Blu, 2Blk, 1G, 1W, 1G, 2W, 1G, 1W, 1G, 2Blk, 9R, 8Blu (31)
Row 32: 8Blu, 1Y, 8R, 2Blk, 2G, 1W, 1G, 2W, 1G, 1W, 1G, 2Blk, 2Blu (32)
Row 33: 2Blu, 2Blk, 2G, 2W, 1G, 3W, 1G, 2Blk, 8R, 2Y, 8Blu (33)
Row 34: 8Blu, 3Y, 7R, 2Blk, 2G, 2W, 2G, 2W, 1G, 2Blk, 3Blu (34)
Row 35: 3Blu, 2Blk, 2G, 2W, 2G, 2W, 1G, 2Blk, 7R, 4Y, 8Blu (35)
Row 36: 8Blu, 1R, 4Y, 6R, 2Blk, 2G, 2W, 1G, 3W, 1G, 2Blk, 4Blu (36)
Row 37: 4Blu, 2Blk, 2G, 1W, 1G, 2W, 1G, 1W, 1G, 2Blk, 6R, 4Y, 2R, 8Blu (37)
Row 38: 8Blu, 3R, 4Y, 6R, 2Blk, 1G, 1W, 1G, 2W, 1G, 1W, 1G, 2Blk, 5Blu (38)
Row 39: 6Blu, 1Blk, 2G, 5W, 2G, 2Blk, 5R, 4Y, 4R, 8Blu (39)
Row 40: 8Blu, 5R, 4Y, 5R, 2Blk, 2G, 4W, 2G, 2Blk, 6Blu (40)
Row 41: 7Blu, 2Blk, 7G, 2Blk, 5R, 4Y, 6R, 8Blu (41)
Row 42: 8Blu, 7R, 4Y, 5R, 2Blk, 6G, 2Blk, 8Blu (42)
Row 43: 9Blu, 2Blk, 4G, 3Blk, 5R, 4Y, 8R, 8Blu (43)
Row 44: 8Blu, 9R, 4Y, 5R, 8Blk, 1R, 9Blu (44)
Row 45: 9Blu, 2R, 7Blk, 5R, 4Y, 9R, 9Blu (45)
Row 46: 9Blu, 10R, 4Y, 5R, 6Blk, 3R, 9Blu (46)
Row 47: 9Blu, 5R, 3Blk, 6R, 4Y, 11R, 9Blu (47)
Row 48: 9Blu, 12R, 4Y, 14R, 9Blu (48)
Row 49: 9Blu, 14R, 4Y, 13R, 9Blu (49)
Row 50: 10Blu, 13R, 4Y, 14R, 9Blu (50)
Row 51: 9Blu,14R, 4Y, 14R, 10Blu (51)
Row 52: 10Blu, 15R, 4Y, 14R, 9Blu (52)
Row 53: 9Blu, 14R, 4Y, 3R, 1Blk, 12R, 10Blu (53)
Row 54: 11Blu, 7R, 1Blu, 3R, 2Blk, 3R, 4Y, 14R, 9Blu (54)
Row 55: 9Blu, 14R, 4Y, 3R, 2Blk, 3R, 2Blu, 7R, 11Blu (55)
Row 56: 11Blu, 7R, 3Blu, 3R, 2Blk, 3R, 4Y, 14R, 9Blu (56)
Row 57: 9Blu, 14R, 4Y, 3R, 2Blk, 3R, 4Blu, 7R, 11Blu (57)
Row 58: 12Blu, 6R, 5Blu, 3R, 1Blk, 4R, 4Y, 14R, 9Blu (58)
Row 59: 9Blu, 14R, 4Y, 8R, 6Blu, 6R, 12Blu (59)
Row 60: 13Blu, 5R, 7Blu, 8R, 4Y, 14R, 9Blu (60)
Row 61: 10Blu, 13R, 4Y, 8R, 8Blu, 5R, 13Blu (61)
Row 62: 14Blu, 4R, 9Blu, 8R, 4Y, 12R, 1Blu, 1R, 9Blu (62)
Row 63: 9Blu, 2R, 1Blu, 11R, 4Y, 9R, 9Blu, 4R, 14Blu (63)
Row 64: 15Blu, 3R, 9Blu, 10R, 4Y, 10R, 1Blu, 3R, 9Blu (64)
Row 65: 9Blu, 4R, 1Blu, 9R, 4Y, 11R, 9Blu, 3R, 15Blu (65)
Row 66: 16Blu, 2R, 9Blu, 12R, 4Y, 8R, 1Blu, 5R, 9Blu (66)
Row 67: 9Blu, 6R, 1Blu, 7R, 4Y, 8R, 1Blu, 4R, 9Blu, 2R, 16Blu (67)
Row 68: 17Blu, 2R, 8Blu, 4R, 2Blu, 8R, 4Y, 6R, 1Blu, 7R, 9Blu (68)
Row 69: 9Blu, 8R, 1Blu, 5R, 4Y, 8R, 3Blu, 4R, 7Blu, 3R, 17Blu (69)
Row 70: 18Blu, 3R, 6Blu, 4R, 4Blu, 8R, 4Y, 4R, 1Blu, 9R, 9Blu (70)
Row 71: 9Blu, 10R, 1Blu, 3R, 4Y, 3R, 1Blk, 4R, 5Blu, 4R, 5Blu, 3R, 18Blu (70)
Row 72: 18Blu, 3R, 4Blu, 4R, 6Blu, 3R, 2Blk, 3R, 4Y, 2R, 1Blu, 11R, 4Blu, 3Blk, 2Blu (70)
Row 73: 1Blu, 6Blk, 2Blu, 14R, 4Y, 3R, 2Blk, 3R, 7Blu, 4R, 3Blu, 3R, 18Blu (70)
Row 74: 17Blu, 1Blk, 3R, 2Blu, 4R, 8Blu, 3R, 2Blk, 3R, 4Y, 14R, 1Blu, 7Blk, 1Blu (70)
Row 75: 1Blu, 8Blk, 14R, 4Y, 3R, 2Blk, 3R, 9Blu, 4R, 1Blu, 3R, 1Blk, 1Y, 16Blu (70)
Row 76: 16Blu, 1Y, 1Blk, 7R, 10Blu, 3R, 1Blk, 4R, 4Y, 13R, 2Blk, 4G, 3Blk, 1Blu (70)
Row 77: 1Blu, 2Blk, 6G, 2Blk, 12R, 4Y, 8R, 11Blu, 6R, 1Blk, 2Y, 15Blu (70)
Row 78: 15Blu, 2Y, 1Blk, 5R, 12Blu, 8R, 4Y, 11R, 2Blk, 7G, 2Blk, 1Blu (70)
Row 79: 1Blu, 2Blk, 2G, 4W, 2G, 2Blk, 10R, 4Y, 8R, 13Blu, 4R, 1Blk, 3Y, 14Blu (70)
Row 80: 14Blu, 3Y, 1Blu, 3R, 14Blu, 8R, 4Y, 10R, 1Blk, 2G, 5W, 2G, 2Blk, 1Blu (70)
Row 81: 2Blu, 2Blk, 1G, 1W, 1G, 2W, 1G, 1W, 1G, 2Blk, 9R, 4Y, 2R, 1Blu, 6R, 14Blu, 2R, 18Blu (70)
Row 82: 18Blu, 2R, 13Blu, 6R, 1Blu, 3R, 4Y, 8R, 2Blk, 2G, 1W, 1G, 2W, 1G, 1W, 1G, 2Blk, 2Blu (70)
Row 83: 2Blu, 2Blk, 2G, 2W, 1G, 3W, 1G, 2Blk, 8R, 4Y, 4R, 1Blu, 6R, 12Blu, 2R, 18Blu (70)
Row 84: 18Blu, 2R, 11Blu, 6R, 1Blu, 5R, 4Y, 7R, 2Blk, 2G, 2W, 2G, 2W, 1G, 2Blk, 3Blu (70)
Row 85: 3Blu, 2Blk, 2G, 2W, 2G, 2W, 1G, 2Blk, 7R, 4Y, 6R, 1Blu, 6R, 10Blu, 2R, 18Blu (70)
Row 86: 18Blu, 2R, 9Blu, 6R, 1Blu, 7R, 4Y, 6R, 2Blk, 2G, 2W, 1G, 3W, 1G, 2Blk, 4Blu (70)
Row 87: 4Blu, 2Blk, 2G, 1W, 1G, 2W, 1G, 1W, 1G, 2Blk, 6R, 4Y, 8R, 1Blu, 6R, 8Blu, 2R, 18Blu (70)
Row 88: 18Blu, 2R, 7Blu, 6R, 1Blu, 9R, 4Y, 6R, 2Blk, 1G, 1W, 1G, 2W, 1G, 1W, 1G, 2Blk, 5Blu (70)
Row 89: 6Blu, 1Blk, 2G, 5W, 2G, 2Blk, 5R, 4Y, 10R, 1Blu, 6R, 6Blu, 2R, 18Blu (70)
Row 90: 15Blu, 1G, 2Blu, 2R, 5Blu, 6R, 1Blu, 11R, 4Y, 5R, 2Blk, 2G, 4W, 2G, 2Blk, 6Blu (70)
Row 91: 7Blu, 2Blk, 7G, 2Blk, 5R, 4Y, 12R, 1Blu, 6R, 4Blu, 2R, 2Blu, 2G, 14Blu (70)
Row 92: 13Blu, 3G, 2Blu, 2R, 3Blu, 6R, 1Blu, 13R, 4Y, 5R, 2Blk, 6G, 2Blk, 8Blu (70)
Row 93: 9Blu, 2Blk, 4G, 3Blk, 5R, 4Y, 14R, 1Blu, 6R, 2Blu, 2R, 1Blu, 5G, 12Blu (70)
Row 94: 11Blu, 6G, 1Blu, 2R, 1Blu, 6R, 1Blu, 15R, 4Y, 5R, 8Blk, 1R, 9Blu (70)
Row 95: 9Blu, 2R, 7Blk, 5R, 4Y, 16R, 1Blu, 8R, 1Blu, 7G, 10Blu (70)
Row 96: 9Blu, 9G, 7R, 1Blu, 17R, 4Y, 5R, 6Blk, 3R, 9Blu (70)
Row 97: 9Blu, 5R, 3Blk, 6R, 4Y, 18R, 1Blu, 6R, 9G, 9Blu (70)
Row 98: 8Blu, 10G, 5R, 2Blu, 18R, 4Y, 14R, 9Blu (70)
Row 99: 9Blu, 14R, 4Y, 18R, 3Blu, 4R, 11G, 7Blu (70)
Row 100: 6Blu, 12G, 3R, 4Blu, 13R, 3Y, 2R, 4Y, 14R, 9Blu (70)
Row 101: 8Blu, 14R, 4Y, 2R, 4Y, 12R, 5Blu, 2R, 6G, 3Blu, 4G, 5Blu (69)
Row 102: 5Blu, 3G, 3Blu, 2G, 1Blu, 4G, 1R, 6Blu, 11R, 2Y, 2R, 1Y, 2R, 4Y, 14R, 7Blu (68)
Row 103: 6Blu, 14R, 4Y, 2R, 1Y, 4R, 1Y, 10R, 6Blu, 5G, 1Blu, 2G, 4Blu, 3G, 4Blu (67)
Row 104: 3Blu, 3G, 4Blu, 2G, 2Blu, 5G, 6Blu, 9R, 1Y, 2R, 2Y, 1R, 1Y, 2R, 4Y, 14R, 5Blu (66)
Row 105: 4Blu, 14R, 4Y, 2R, 1Y, 1R, 4Y, 1R, 1Y, 8R, 6Blu, 5G, 2Blu, 2G, 4Blu, 4G, 2Blu (65)
Row 106: 1Blu, 5G, 3Blu, 2G, 3Blu, 6G, 5Blu, 7R, 1Y, 1R, 2Y, 2R, 1Y, 1R, 1Y, 2R, 4Y, 14R, 3Blu (64)
Row 107: 2Blu, 14R, 4Y, 2R, 1Y, 1R, 1Y, 4R, 1Y, 1R, 1Y, 6R, 5Blu, 6G, 3Blu, 2G, 3Blu, 5G, 1Blu (63)
Row 108: 1Blu, 5G, 2Blu, 2G, 4Blu, 6G, 5Blu, 5R, 2Y, 1R, 1Y, 1R, 2Y, 1R, 1Y, 1R, 1Y, 2R, 4Y, 13R, 2Blu (62)
Row 109: 2Blu, 12R, 4Y, 3R, 1Y, 1R, 1Y, 1R, 2Y, 1R, 1Y, 1R, 1Y, 5R, 5Blu, 6G, 4Blu, 2G, 2Blu, 5G, 1Blu (61)
Row 110: 1Blu, 5G, 1Blu, 2G, 5Blu, 6G, 5Blu, 4R, 1Y, 1R, 1Y, 1R, 1Y, 1R, 1Y, 1R, 1Y, 1R, 1Y, 3R, 4Y, 11R, 2Blu (60)
Row 111: 2Blu, 10R, 4Y, 4R, 1Y, 1R, 1Y, 1R, 1Y, 1R, 2Y, 1R, 1Y, 4R, 5Blu, 8G, 3Blu, 2G, 1Blu, 5G, 1Blu (59)
Row 112: 2Blu, 6G, 2Blu, 10G, 5Blu, 3R, 1Y, 1R, 1Y, 1R, 2Y, 1R, 1Y, 1R, 2Y, 4R, 4Y, 9R, 2Blu (58)
Row 113: 2Blu, 8R, 4Y, 5R, 1Y, 1R, 1Y, 1R, 1Y, 2R, 1Y, 1R, 1Y, 3R, 4Blu, 6G, 1Blu, 12G, 2Blu (57)
Row 114: 2Blu, 11G, 1Blu, 2G, 1Blu, 4G, 4Blu, 3R, 1Y, 1R, 3Y, 1R, 1Y, 1R, 1Y, 6R, 4Y, 7R, 2Blu (56)
Row 115: 2Blu, 6R, 4Y, 6R, 2Y, 1R, 1Y, 1R, 2Y, 1R, 1Y, 3R, 4Blu, 4G, 1Blu, 2G, 3Blu, 9G, 2Blu (55)
Row 116: 3Blu, 6G, 4Blu, 2G, 2Blu, 4G, 4Blu, 3R, 1Y, 3R, 1Y, 2R, 1Y, 7R, 4Y, 5R, 2Blu (54)
Row 117: 2Blu, 4R, 4Y, 8R, 1Y, 2R, 1Y, 2R, 1Y, 3R, 3Blu, 5G, 2Blu, 2G, 5Blu, 5G, 3Blu (53)
Row 118: 3Blu, 5G, 4Blu, 2G, 3Blu, 5G, 3Blu, 3R, 3Y, 2R, 1G, 9R, 4Y, 3R, 2Blu (52)
Row 119: 2Blu, 2R, 4Y, 10R, 1G, 2R, 2Y, 3R, 3Blu, 5G, 3Blu, 2G, 4Blu, 5G, 3Blu (51)
Row 120: 3Blu, 5G, 3Blu, 2G, 4Blu, 5G, 3Blu, 6R, 1G, 11R, 4Y, 1R, 2Blu (50)
Row 121: 2Blu, 4Y, 18R, 3Blu, 5G, 4Blu, 2G, 3Blu, 5G, 3Blu (49)
Row 122: 4Blu, 4G, 2Blu, 2G, 5Blu, 5G, 3Blu, 18R, 3Y, 2Blu (48)
Row 123: 2Blu, 2Y, 18R, 3Blu, 6G, 4Blu, 2G, 2Blu, 4G, 4Blu (47)
Row 124: 4Blu, 4G, 1Blu, 2G, 3Blu, 9G, 2Blu, 18R, 1Y, 2Blu (46)
Row 125: 2Blu, 18R, 2Blu, 11G, 1Blu, 6G, 5Blu (45)
Row 126: 5Blu, 5G, 1Blu, 12G, 2Blu, 17R, 2Blu (44)
Row 127: 2Blu, 16R, 1Blu, 7G, 3Blu, 9G, 5Blu (43)
Row 128: 5Blu, 7G, 4Blu, 2G, 1Blu, 5G, 1Blu, 15R, 2Blu (42)
Row 129: 2Blu, 14R, 1Blu, 5G, 1Blu, 3G, 4Blu, 6G, 5Blu (41)
Row 130: 5Blu, 6G, 4Blu, 2G, 2Blu, 5G, 1Blu, 13R, 2Blu (40)
Row 131: 2Blu, 12R, 1Blu, 5G, 2Blu, 3G, 3Blu, 6G, 5Blu (39)
Row 132: 6Blu, 5G, 3Blu, 2G, 3Blu, 5G, 1Blu, 11R, 2Blu (38)
Row 133: 2Blu, 10R, 1Blu, 5G, 3Blu, 3G, 2Blu, 5G, 6Blu (37)
Row 134: 6Blu, 5G, 2Blu, 2G, 4Blu, 6G, 9R, 2Blu (36)
Row 135: 2Blu, 8R, 6G, 4Blu, 3G, 1Blu, 4G, 7Blu (35)
Row 136: 7Blu, 4G, 1Blu, 2G, 3Blu, 8G, 7R, 2Blu (34)
Row 137: 2Blu, 6R, 10G, 1Blu, 7G, 7Blu (33)
Row 138: 7Blu, 6G, 1Blu, 11G, 5R, 2Blu (32)
Row 139: 2Blu, 4R, 18G, 7Blu (31)
Row 140: 7Blu, 9G, 3Blu, 5G, 1Blu, 3R, 2Blu (30)
Row 141: 2Blu, 2R, 2Blu, 5G, 4Blu, 7G, 7Blu (29)
Row 142: 8Blu, 5G, 5Blu, 4G, 3Blu, 1R, 2Blu (28)
Row 143: 6Blu, 4G, 4Blu, 5G, 8Blu (27)
Row 144: 8Blu, 5G, 4Blu, 3G, 6Blu (26)
Row 145: 5Blu, 4G, 3Blu, 4G, 9Blu (25)
Row 146: 9Blu, 4G, 3Blu, 3G, 5Blu (24)
Row 147: 5Blu, 3G, 2Blu, 4G, 9Blu (23)
Row 148: 9Blu, 4G, 2Blu, 2G, 5Blu (22)
Row 149: 5Blu, 2G, 1Blu, 4G, 9Blu (21)
Row 150: 9Blu, 7G, 4Blu (20)
Row 151: 4Blu, 6G, 9Blu (19)
Row 152: 10Blu, 4G, 4Blu (18)
Row 153: 4Blu, 3G, 10Blu (17)
Row 154: 10Blu, 2G, 4Blu (16)
Row 155: 4Blu, 1G, 10Blu (15)
Row 156: 14Blu (14)
Row 157: 13Blu (13)
Row 158: 12Blu (12)
Row 159: 11Blu (11)
Row 160: 10Blu (10)
Row 161: 9Blu (9)
Row 162: 8Blu (8)
Row 163: 7Blu (7)
Row 164: 6Blu (6)
Row 165: 5Blu (5)
Row 166: 4Blu (4)
Row 167: 3Blu (3)
Row 168: 2Blu (2)
Row 169: 1Blu (1)


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Brachiosaurus Dinosaur Graphgan | 100 x 100 Chart

Brachiosaurus Dinosaur Graphgan | 100 x 100 Chart

by Debi Geroux
A Purple Kitty Pattern

Instructions are created for Corner to Corner (C2C) crochet, however, the chart can be adapted and used for any type of needlework.

I used a size H/8-5.00mm crochet hook with worsted weight yarn in double crochet c2c stitches resulting in a blanket that is slightly over five feet in both length and width.

The chart grid is 100 x 100. You can control the size of your finished blanket by changing the type of yarn, the size of your hook, and/or the type of c2c stitch.

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Instructions are created for Corner to Corner (C2C) crochet, however, the chart can be adapted and used for any type of needlework.

Colors used: Background color (Bg), light dino color (Lt), dark dino color (Dk), white (Wh), black (Blk).

Row 1: 1Bg (1)
Row 2: 2Bg (2)
Row 3: 3Bg (3)
Row 4: 4Bg (4)
Row 5: 5Bg (5)
Row 6: 6Bg (6)
Row 7: 7Bg (7)
Row 8: 8Bg (8)
Row 9: 9Bg (9)
Row 10: 10Bg (10)
Row 11: 11Bg (11)
Row 12: 12Bg (12)
Row 13: 13Bg (13)
Row 14: 14Bg (14)
Row 15: 15Bg (15)
Row 16: 16Bg (16)
Row 17: 17Bg (17)
Row 18: 18Bg (18)
Row 19: 19Bg (19)
Row 20: 20Bg (20)
Row 21: 21Bg (21)
Row 22: 22Bg (22)
Row 23: 23Bg (23)
Row 24: 24Bg (24)
Row 25: 25Bg (25)
Row 26: 26Bg (26)
Row 27: 27Bg (27)
Row 28: 28Bg (28)
Row 29: 29Bg (29)
Row 30: 30Bg (30)
Row 31: 10Bg, 2Dk, 19Bg (31)
Row 32: 19Bg, 4Dk, 9Bg (32)
Row 33: 9Bg, 5Dk, 19Bg (33)
Row 34: 19Bg, 6Dk, 9Bg (34)
Row 35: 9Bg, 1Wh, 6Dk, 19Bg (35)
Row 36: 19Bg, 6Dk, 2Wh, 9Bg (36)
Row 37: 9Bg, 3Wh, 6Dk, 19Bg (37)
Row 38: 19Bg, 7Dk, 2Wh, 1Dk, 9Bg (38)
Row 39: 9Bg, 11Dk, 19Bg (39)
Row 40: 19Bg, 11Dk, 1Wh, 3Bg, 1Lt, 5Bg (40)
Row 41: 5Bg, 1Wh, 1Lt, 2Bg, 2Wh, 10Dk, 20Bg (41)
Row 42: 20Bg, 10Dk, 3Wh, 1Bg, 1Lt, 2Wh, 5Bg (42)
Row 43: 5Bg, 3Wh, 1Lt, 4Wh, 10Dk, 20Bg (43)
Row 44: 21Bg, 10Dk, 2Wh, 2Dk, 1Lt, 3Wh, 5Bg (44)
Row 45: 5Bg, 1Lt, 3Wh, 1Lt, 14Dk, 21Bg (45)
Row 46: 21Bg, 14Dk, 2Lt, 2Wh, 2Lt, 5Bg (46)
Row 47: 5Bg, 1Wh, 6Lt, 13Dk, 22Bg (47)
Row 48: 22Bg, 13Dk, 1Bg, 5Lt, 2Wh, 5Bg (48)
Row 49: 5Bg, 1Lt, 1Wh, 6Lt, 2Bg, 12Dk, 4Lt, 18Bg (49)
Row 50: 16Bg, 8Lt, 10Dk, 2Bg, 9Lt, 5Bg (50)
Row 51: 5Bg, 10Lt, 3Bg, 8Dk, 10Lt, 15Bg (51)
Row 52: 15Bg, 12Lt, 6Dk, 3Bg, 11Lt, 5Bg (52)
Row 53: 5Bg, 12Lt, 3Bg, 5Dk, 14Lt, 14Bg (53)
Row 54: 14Bg, 15Lt, 4Dk, 3Bg, 12Lt, 6Bg (54)
Row 55: 6Bg, 13Lt, 3Bg, 3Dk, 16Lt, 14Bg (55)
Row 56: 14Bg, 18Lt, 1Dk, 3Bg, 13Lt, 7Bg (56)
Row 57: 7Bg, 14Lt, 3Bg, 19Lt, 14Bg (57)
Row 58: 14Bg, 20Lt, 2Bg, 14Lt, 8Bg (58)
Row 59: 9Bg, 36Lt, 14Bg (59)
Row 60: 14Bg, 36Lt, 1Dk, 9Bg (60)
Row 61: 9Bg, 1Wh, 1Dk, 36Lt, 14Bg (61)
Row 62: 15Bg, 35Lt, 1Dk, 2Wh, 9Bg (62)
Row 63: 9Bg, 3Wh, 1Dk, 35Lt, 15Bg (63)
Row 64: 15Bg, 35Lt, 2Dk, 2Wh, 1Dk, 9Bg (64)
Row 65: 9Bg, 1Dk, 3Wh, 2Dk, 1Bg, 34Lt, 15Bg (65)
Row 66: 15Bg, 34Lt, 1Bg, 3Dk, 2Wh, 2Dk, 2Bg, 2Lt, 5Bg (66)
Row 67: 5Bg, 2Lt, 2Bg, 1Wh, 6Dk, 2Bg, 33Lt, 16Bg (67)
Row 68: 16Bg, 32Lt, 3Bg, 6Dk, 1Wh, 2Bg, 2Lt, 1Wh, 5Bg (68)
Row 69: 5Bg, 2Wh, 2Lt, 1Bg, 2Wh, 6Dk, 4Bg, 31Lt, 16Bg (69)
Row 70: 16Bg, 32Lt, 3Bg, 7Dk, 1Wh, 1Dk, 1Bg, 1Lt, 3Wh, 5Bg (70)
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Row 89: 13Bg, 36Lt, 15Bg, 5Lt, 4Bg, 8Lt, 1Dk, 2Lt, 5Bg (89)
Row 90: 5Bg, 2Lt, 2Dk, 7Lt, 5Bg, 4Lt, 16Bg, 35Lt, 14Bg (90)
Row 91: 15Bg, 35Lt, 16Bg, 4Lt, 4Bg, 8Lt, 1Dk, 2Lt, 6Bg (91)
Row 92: 6Bg, 4Lt, 1Dk, 7Lt, 3Bg, 4Lt, 17Bg, 34Lt, 16Bg (92)
Row 93: 17Bg, 34Lt, 16Bg, 5Lt, 3Bg, 6Lt, 2Dk, 4Lt, 6Bg (93)
Row 94: 7Bg, 4Lt, 1Dk, 4Lt, 1Dk, 2Lt, 2Bg, 5Lt, 17Bg, 32Lt, 19Bg (94)
Row 95: 20Bg, 32Lt, 17Bg, 4Lt, 3Bg, 1Lt, 1Dk, 10Lt, 7Bg (95)
Row 96: 8Bg, 9Lt, 1Dk, 2Lt, 2Bg, 4Lt, 18Bg, 31Lt, 21Bg (96)
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Row 104: 8Bg, 1Wh, 2Blk, 12Lt, 22Bg, 30Lt, 21Bg (96)
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Row 108: 6Bg, 2Lt, 1Wh, 2Blk, 9Lt, 24Bg, 30Lt, 18Bg (92)
Row 109: 17Bg, 30Lt, 25Bg, 9Lt, 2Wh, 3Lt, 5Bg (91)
Row 110: 5Bg, 2Lt, 2Wh, 9Lt, 26Bg, 30Lt, 16Bg (90)
Row 111: 15Bg, 30Lt, 27Bg, 9Lt, 1Wh, 3Lt, 4Bg (89)
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Row 113: 14Bg, 29Lt, 29Bg, 11Lt, 4Bg (87)
Row 114: 4Bg, 10Lt, 30Bg, 29Lt, 13Bg (86)
Row 115: 12Bg, 8Lt, 5Bg, 16Lt, 31Bg, 9Lt, 4Bg (85)
Row 116: 4Bg, 7Lt, 34Bg, 14Lt, 6Bg, 7Lt, 12Bg (84)
Row 117: 11Bg, 6Lt, 9Bg, 12Lt, 35Bg, 6Lt, 4Bg (83)
Row 118: 5Bg, 3Lt, 38Bg, 10Lt, 10Bg, 5Lt, 11Bg (82)
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Row 122: 66Bg, 3Lt, 9Bg (78)
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Row 132: 60Bg, 3Lt, 5Bg (68)
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Row 136: 57Bg, 2Lt, 5Bg (64)
Row 137: 5Bg, 1Lt, 57Bg (63)
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Row 139: 5Bg, 1Lt, 55Bg (61)
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Collie Chart Pattern

Collie Pattern

Pattern includes one each of six designs in 7 to the inch crosses for framed pictures, 8" x 10". Collie, 5⅜" x 6⅞"; Cocker Spaniel, 4⅛" x 6⅜"; Beagle, 4¼" x 5½"; Boston Terrier, 4⅛" x 5⅜"; German Shepherd, 5½" x 7⅛" and Boxer, 5⅜" x 6⅛".

MATERIALS REQUIRED: Smooth linen, medium weight linen-like cotton in white or unbleached muslin may be used for the background. For an 8" x 10" picture, use a piece of material about 12" x 14". See framing directions below.

EMBROIDERY COTTONS: Six-strand embroidery cotton should be used for the work. The set of six pictures requires one skein each of very dark brown, dark brown, medium dark brown, medium brown, gold, dark toast, toast, medium grey, dark green, medium green, light green, dark beige, light beige, medium blue grey, and 2 skeins each of navy, very deep gold, deep gold, dark grey and white and 4 skeins of black; a total of 28 skeins. One single dog requires one skein of each color with the following exception: the Cocker Spaniel requires 2 skeins of black and the Boxer, 2 skeins of very deep gold (instead of one skein).

CROSS-STITCH: Follow the chart in the pattern for placing the colors and use six strands of cotton in the needle for all work. It is very important when working cross-stitch to have the crosses of the entire piece crossed in the same direction. Whether one starts at the left and works right, or whether one starts right and works toward the left is optional. Keep the stitches as even as possible. Be sure to make all crosses touch. To do this, put the needle in the same hole as used for the adjoining stitch.

TO BLOCK DESIGN: Cover a large bread or drawing board with clean brown wrapping paper. Mark the size of linen rectangle, 12" x 14" on the brown paper. If the embroidered piece is badly soiled, it may be washed; if slightly soiled, dip in cleaning fluid. Place the wet piece (right side up) on the board, pull edges of linen to meet the guide lines drawn on the brown paper. Tack all edges of linen to the board, placing the thumb tacks close together. Allow the piece to remain on board until thoroughly dry.

BEFORE FRAMING: The embroidered piece should be stretched over a stiff piece of cardboard, cut to fit the frame. In stretching the material, be sure to keep the design perfectly straight. Pins driven through the material and into the edge of cardboard will be helpful in keeping the material straight. Paste edge of material down on the wrong side.

SUGGESTION FOR FRAMING: The frame illustrated is a raw wood frame 1¾" wide, size 8" x 10". The green mat cut to fit the frame has a 6" x 8" opening, thus leaving a 1" margin all around.

NOTE: If desired, the design may be worked in needlepoint.

DESIGN WORKED IN NEEDLEPOINT: The dogs illustrated were worked in cross-stitch, crosses 7 to the inch, on a linen background. If desired, the dogs may be worked in needlepoint on needlepoint canvas, following the charts. The charts are given in squares 10 to the inch which is a popular size for needlepoint canvas.

MATERIALS (CANVAS AND WOOL): Ten mesh to the inch canvas is suitable for one strand of tapestry wool or three strands of crewel wool. Use a piece of canvas 2 inches larger than the finished background size to allow for blocking. When buying wool, match colors to the illustrations. Use white or cream to fill in the background. The approximate amount of wool required may be figured by working one square inch of the background and checking the amount of wool used in relation to the yardage of the skein. One 12½-yard skein of tapestry wool embroiders about 5 square inches of canvas, 10 meshes to the inch, one strand in the needle.

CONTINENTAL NEEDLEPOINT STITCH: Start the design at the upper right hand corner, working each color from, right to left, then fill in the background. To begin work, hold an inch of wool in the back, working over this portion as you do your needlepoint. All other strands of wool may be started and finished by weaving in and out of the wrong side of finished work. Work back and forth, turning work upside down to work back, working from right to left as in details 1 and 2 at right.

BLOCKING: Use a smooth surface board, cover with brown paper and mark the size of canvas on this, squaring the corners. Place needlepoint right side down over the guide, true edges of canvas to the guide lines and fasten with thumb tacks placed ¾” apart along edges. Wet thoroughly with cold water and leave in position until thoroughly dry. Frame.


Collie Pattern
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The Mallards | McCall's No. 1359

The Mallards | McCall's No. 1359

The Mallards
Pattern 1359
McCall's Pattern Company
Original Copyright 1947

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Mallards

Wild ducks in tangy marsh setting, worked in cross-stitch in brilliant autumn colors. A picture or wall hanging with the vividness of an oil pointing. Crosses 7 to the inch. Design 16 x 19¾" inches.

The popular, vivid mallards, so well known in the marshes and ponds from Nova Scotia to California, as well as in far-off Africa and India, are a colorful addition to any home. The brilliance and depth of color, and the realistic motion of the birds, combine to give the delightful feeling of a brisk October morning in the country.

MATERIALS REQUIRED: Six-strand cotton should be used for the work in the following amounts. One skein each of white, lt. grey, med. grey, bright green blue, bright med. blue, deep blue, bright yellow green, med. green, emerald green, lemon yellow, bright yellow, bright orange yellow, burnt orange, bright rose rust, deep rust, lt. gold, gold, rose, bright red, deep wine rose, 2 skeins each of black, med. brown and beige and 3 skeins of deep brown.

COLORS
D.M.C.
Bucilla
White
White
2003
Light Grey
318
2286
Medium Grey
414
2291
Black
Black
2001
Bright Blue Green
518
2582
Brigth Medium Blue
826
2445
Deep Blue
820
2452
Bright Yellow Green
907
2060
Medium Green
913
2242
Emerald Green
911
2244
Lemon Yellow
307
2574
Bright Yellow
444
2515
Bright Orange Yellow
741
2517
Burnt Orange
922
N/A
Bright Rose Rust
919
2459
Deep Rust
918
2462
Beige
738
2464
Light Gold
725
2535
Gold
783
2536
Medium Brown
435
2562
Deep Brown
801
2568
Rose
335
2430
Bright Red
666
2042
Deep Wine Rose
815
2016
Patterns: 

The Mallards Chart Pattern

The Mallards Chart Pattern

Pattern includes one transfer 16" x 19¾" for cross-stitch bird design, with crosses 7 to the inch. A chart for placing the colors is also included.

The popular, vivid mallards, so well known in the marshes and ponds from Nova Scotia to California, as well as in far-off Africa and India, are a colorful addition to any home. The brilliance and depth of color, and the realistic motion of the birds, combine to give the delightful feeling of a brisk October morning in the country.

MATERIALS REQUIRED: Six-strand cotton should be used for the work in the following amounts. One skein each of white, lt. grey, med. grey, bright green blue, bright med. blue, deep blue, bright yellow green, med. green, emerald green, lemon yellow, bright yellow, bright orange yellow, burnt orange, bright rose rust, deep rust, lt. gold, gold, rose, bright red, deep wine rose, 2 skeins each of black, med. brown and beige and 3 skeins of deep brown.

BACKGROUND MATERIAL: Unbleached muslin, smooth linen, medium-weight smooth linen-like cotton, are suggested materials. The background may be cream, natural or white. Use a piece of material 22 x 25¾ inches, or larger, if desired. See framing directions below. The design is also suitable for a wall hanging.

CROSS-STITCH: Follow the chart in pattern for placing the colors and use six strands of cotton in the needle for the work. It is very important when working cross-stitch to have the crosses of the entire piece cross in the same direction. A cross is made of an under stitch and an over stitch; all the under stitches must be worked in one direction and all the over stitches must cross them in the opposite direction. Whether one starts at the left and works right, as illustrated in detail 1, or whether one starts at the right and works left is optional. However, all the rows should be worked to the right or left throughout the entire piece. Keep the stitches as even as possible. Be sure to make all the crosses touch, as shown in detail 2. To do this, put the needle in the same hole as used for the adjoining stitch.

SUGGESTION FOR FRAMING: This lovely bird design when worked in cross-stitch is about 16 x 19¾ inches. You may allow a two-inch margin around the piece when framing; or from 2½ to 3 inches, as desired. The frame should blend with the shades in the picture or it may be dark brown or mahogany. When using a rectangular frame, the frame should be 2, 2½ or 3 inches wide.

Before framing, the embroidered piece should be stretched over a stiff piece of cardboard, cut the exact size of the frame. In stretching material, be sure to keep the design perfectly straight. Pins driven through the material and into the edge of the cardboard will be helpful in keeping the material straight and tight. The edges of the material may be pasted down on the wrong side of the cardboard, or the edges of material caught together with long zigzag stitches to hold the embroidery in place.


The Mallards Chart Pattern
The Mallards Chart Pattern
The Mallards Color Key

Fruit Motifs for Cross Stitch | McCall's No. 628

Fruit Motifs for Cross Stitch | McCall's No. 628

Fruit Motifs for Cross Stitch
Pattern 628
McCall's Pattern Company
Original Copyright 1938

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Peach, Pear, Cherries, Orange, Grapes, Strawberries, Lemon, Pineapple, Plums, Apple, Bananas.

Pattern includes 11 fruit motifs: peach 3¾ x 3¾ inches; pear 3⅜ x 4¼; orange 3¾ x 4¼; cherries 4⅜ x 4¼; grapes 4¾ x 4½; strawberries 2¾ x 3; pineapple 4 x 8⅛; lemon 3 x 3⅝; plums 3⅜ x 3¾; apple 3¾ x 4¼; and bananas 4⅜ x 4¾. A chart for placing the colors and diagrams showing how to arrange the motifs on lunch cloths, table cloth, runner and luncheon set are also included.

This colorful fruit design for cross stitch makes a charming decoration for lunch cloths, runners, lunch sets, table cloths, curtains and slip covers for chair backs. The 10 to the inch crosses are suitable for six strand cotton.

Suggested Materials—Linen, cotton with a linen finish, cotton broadcloth, percale, gingham, and unbleached muslin are suitable materials. The diagrams in the pattern show the pieces made of 36-inch material. The large cloth can be made of 36, 54 or 72-inch material.

How to Use Design—The diagrams on the leaflet give the finished sizes of the linens. When cutting material, allow ⅜ inch for seams and ⅜ inch for narrow hems. We advise narrow hems for all the pieces shown on the leaflet except the 36-inch lunch cloth. This cloth is finished with a contrasting binding. One diagram shows a table cloth, finished size 54 x 72 inches. This cloth can be made of 36, 54 or 72-inch material. If using 36-inch ma­terial, use the full width through the center and narrow strips at each side as shown in the diagram. The diagram also shows the arrangement of the motifs. Another diagram shows a 54-inch cloth made of two contrasting colors, using white for the center and colored mate­rial for the border. This diagram also shows an interesting arrangement of the motifs. The 36-inch cloth in the diagram has a bound edge. A runner size 16 x 36 inches is also shown. This is made of two contrasting colors, using one color for the center and the other for the border at sides. Diagrams are given for a luncheon set made of two contrasting colors. The centerpiece is 11 x 22 inches and the place mat is 11 x 17 inches. On the place mats use the smaller motifs, such as the strawberries, plums, peaches, lemons and oranges.

The illustration on the front of envelope shows the motifs used on a large cloth 54 x 72 inches. The illustration also shows the motifs used on a slip cover for chair back and on curtains.

Before Working—Cut the material to the desired size, being sure to allow ⅜ inch for seams, and ⅜ inch for narrow hems. The measurements given in the diagrams on the leaflet are finished sizes. Use narrow flat hems on the 54 x 72 inch cloths. On the smaller cloths, runners and luncheon sets, use plain rolled hems, or work over the rolled hems with cross stitch.

To Embroider—Use six strand cotton using three strands in the needle for all work. The entire design is done in cross stitch. The most satisfactory results are obtained when the crosses touch as shown in the detail. Follow the chart on the leaflet for placing the colors.


Bananas Chart Pattern

Bananas Chart Pattern

Pattern includes 11 fruit motifs: peach 3¾ x 3¾ inches; pear 3⅜ x 4¼; orange 3¾ x 4¼; cherries 4⅜ x 4¼; grapes 4¾ x 4½; strawberries 2¾ x 3; pineapple 4 x 8⅛; lemon 3 x 3⅝; plums 3⅜ x 3¾; apple 3¾ x 4¼; and bananas 4⅜ x 4¾. A chart for placing the colors and diagrams showing how to arrange the motifs on lunch cloths, table cloth, runner and luncheon set are also included.

This colorful fruit design for cross stitch makes a charming decoration for lunch cloths, runners, lunch sets, table cloths, curtains and slip covers for chair backs. The 10 to the inch crosses are suitable for six strand cotton.

Suggested Materials—Linen, cotton with a linen finish, cotton broadcloth, percale, gingham, and unbleached muslin are suitable materials. The diagrams in the pattern show the pieces made of 36-inch material. The large cloth can be made of 36, 54 or 72-inch material.


Bananas Chart Pattern
McCall's #628, Fruit Motifs Color Chart

Peach Chart Pattern

Peach Chart Pattern

Pattern includes 11 fruit motifs: peach 3¾ x 3¾ inches; pear 3⅜ x 4¼; orange 3¾ x 4¼; cherries 4⅜ x 4¼; grapes 4¾ x 4½; strawberries 2¾ x 3; pineapple 4 x 8⅛; lemon 3 x 3⅝; plums 3⅜ x 3¾; apple 3¾ x 4¼; and bananas 4⅜ x 4¾. A chart for placing the colors and diagrams showing how to arrange the motifs on lunch cloths, table cloth, runner and luncheon set are also included.

This colorful fruit design for cross stitch makes a charming decoration for lunch cloths, runners, lunch sets, table cloths, curtains and slip covers for chair backs. The 10 to the inch crosses are suitable for six strand cotton.

Suggested Materials—Linen, cotton with a linen finish, cotton broadcloth, percale, gingham, and unbleached muslin are suitable materials. The diagrams in the pattern show the pieces made of 36-inch material. The large cloth can be made of 36, 54 or 72-inch material.


Peach Chart Pattern
McCall's #628, Fruit Motifs Color Chart

Cherries Chart Pattern

Cherries Chart Pattern

Pattern includes 11 fruit motifs: peach 3¾ x 3¾ inches; pear 3⅜ x 4¼; orange 3¾ x 4¼; cherries 4⅜ x 4¼; grapes 4¾ x 4½; strawberries 2¾ x 3; pineapple 4 x 8⅛; lemon 3 x 3⅝; plums 3⅜ x 3¾; apple 3¾ x 4¼; and bananas 4⅜ x 4¾. A chart for placing the colors and diagrams showing how to arrange the motifs on lunch cloths, table cloth, runner and luncheon set are also included.

This colorful fruit design for cross stitch makes a charming decoration for lunch cloths, runners, lunch sets, table cloths, curtains and slip covers for chair backs. The 10 to the inch crosses are suitable for six strand cotton.

Suggested Materials—Linen, cotton with a linen finish, cotton broadcloth, percale, gingham, and unbleached muslin are suitable materials. The diagrams in the pattern show the pieces made of 36-inch material. The large cloth can be made of 36, 54 or 72-inch material.


Cherries Chart Pattern
McCall's #628, Fruit Motifs Color Chart

Strawberries Chart Pattern

Strawberries Chart Pattern

Pattern includes 11 fruit motifs: peach 3¾ x 3¾ inches; pear 3⅜ x 4¼; orange 3¾ x 4¼; cherries 4⅜ x 4¼; grapes 4¾ x 4½; strawberries 2¾ x 3; pineapple 4 x 8⅛; lemon 3 x 3⅝; plums 3⅜ x 3¾; apple 3¾ x 4¼; and bananas 4⅜ x 4¾. A chart for placing the colors and diagrams showing how to arrange the motifs on lunch cloths, table cloth, runner and luncheon set are also included.

This colorful fruit design for cross stitch makes a charming decoration for lunch cloths, runners, lunch sets, table cloths, curtains and slip covers for chair backs. The 10 to the inch crosses are suitable for six strand cotton.

Suggested Materials—Linen, cotton with a linen finish, cotton broadcloth, percale, gingham, and unbleached muslin are suitable materials. The diagrams in the pattern show the pieces made of 36-inch material. The large cloth can be made of 36, 54 or 72-inch material.


Strawberries Chart Pattern
McCall's #628, Fruit Motifs Color Chart
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