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Cloth/Square Charts

All squares listed on this page are the original work of Elisabeth Marino, copyrighted 2008- 2011, with all rights reserved.  For individual, non-commercial use only.  

Each square is 38 stitches wide by 50 rows tall unless otherwise noted, using a worsted weight yarn (I like Cascade Yarns Cotton Rich and Pima Cotton) and size US 7 needles, or a DK weight (Cascade Yarns Ultra Pima) and size US 5 needles. 

Grey squares represent purling on the RS, knitting on the WS.
White squares represent knitting on the RS, purling on the WS.
 
 
Arts and Crafts Tree
 


Slice of Pie Square


Stag's Leap Square


Happy Skull
Walking Grizzly

Squirrell Square

Pines
 
Trout Square


 Lantern

Crayons

 Seated Cat Square
 
Sitting Rabbit

 Turtle Square
 
Teddy Bear Square
 

 Oak Leaf Square
 
Hickory Dickory Cloth/Square

 Mitten Square/Cloth
R3T = right 3 twist (2 st on cable needle @ back of work, k1, k2 from cable needle)
L3T = left 3 twist (2 st on cable needle @ front of work, k1, k2 from cable needle)

 
Dog Square Cloth

 Pines

Partridge on a Fence


Black Sheep Square

Alarm Clock
Up Up and Away
 
 

19 comments:

Jeanie said...

Very nice, i just wish my eyes were good enough to be able to read graphs.

Liz Marino said...

@Jeanie - Thanks for looking! My eyes stink, too. I draw these much larger than I can reprint them in the blog.

You can blow up the graphs as large as your printer will allow. Right click, save as, and scale it in a Word document. I hope it helps!

Anonymous said...

Nice patterns. Thanks for sharing.

Deb said...

These charts would be great for Double Knitting too. Thanks for posting them.

knittingyards said...

Thanks for creating these great graphs. I like making them in to dishcloths and blanket squares, but can also see some great applications in lace. Again, thank you very much for the effort you went through.

Sarah Webster said...

Hi! Your graphs are great! Thanks so much for posting them! I can't seem to get the "walking grizzly" graph to come up when I click on it. The other ones all work, but that one doesn't seem to want to. Am I doing something wrong?

Liz Marino said...

Dear Sarah:

I'm opening these for the first time on a Mac, and I can't get that one to open either. If you go on Ravelry.com, it will open there. In the meantime, I'm way out of town, and away from my computer, so I don't have access to the file. When I get home I'll reload it and see if it helps. Thanks for the update!

Anonymous said...

yes, I am having trouble with walking grizzly also. will try ravelry
hml

Anonymous said...

Thx for posting! Really nice :)

Anonymous said...

Would love to have the Grizzly pattern but it wont open here or on Ravelry

Elisabeth Marino said...

Try it now. It seems to behave very differently from the others. Sorry for the difficulties!

Anonymous said...

Thank you for posting these! I love making little bags and boxes with squares, and charts are my favorite thing to work from. Pinned you on Pinterest - hope you don't mind. :)

Anonymous said...

Thank you for posting these! I love making little bags and boxes with squares, and charts are my favorite thing to work from. Pinned you on Pinterest - hope you don't mind. :)

Elisabeth Marino said...

I don't mind one bit! Thanks for your interest and support! ~Liz

Fifi said...

Do you have written directions for any of these graphs? I don't understand how to do it on the RS or WS. It is easy to tell which is the right side, but I am used to directions written for each row.

Fifi said...

Are written instructions available for any of these?

Elisabeth Marino said...

I am sorry, but in general, no. Please check Ravelry under LizMarino, as there are written directions for a few. Thanks!

Anonymous said...

Thank you for the freebies. I will use the Happy Skull for my grandchildren hats.

Anonymous said...

Thank you for the freebies. I will use the Happy Skull for my grandchildren hats.