Amazing Crochet Patterns with Stitchboard.com

teGuess what excited me so much today? Oh, I can’t wait to share this with you. If you are into tapestry or fillet crochet, you must look at this. And best of all, it’s free.

If you scroll down to my previous post you will see my post on creating tapestry graph using Adobe Illustrator. Ah well, forget about that for now. Just look at these two I created using Stitchboard.com The way the stitched sits on top of each other perfectly mimicking those of the crochet graph, slanted.  I mind you that I have not tested this pattern. This software creates for you the patterns for your beading, crochet, cross stitch and knitting. 


Stitchboard.com provide 8 steps in creating your pattern. Step No. 8 is for member only and membership is free.



For creating Tapestry Crochet I used the following steps:

1. Upload your image in gif, jpg or png

2. Stitching category select Beading
3. Stitch type select Brick
4. Desired stitch type select Oval 
5. Color palette option. You need to decide on the following options:
a) Color Palette Desired: a) any palette among the 3 b) Automatic closest color match or choose your own colors c) Colors desired in the final pattern: Choose any form : limit the number of colors,  shades of gray or black and white.

6. Enter the number of stitches across.
7. Select your output from the two options: save as PDF or pattern on screen. And you can ask the program to create grid for easy reading.

Omit step 8 if you are  not registering yourself as member.

Fillet Crochet Pattern

1. Upload your image in gif, jpg or png

2. Stitching category select Crochet (other option is Beading, Cross Stitch, and Knitting)
3. Stitch type select Standard
4. Desired stitch Standard
5. Color palette option. You need to decide on the following options:
a) Color Palette Desired: a) any palette among the 3 b) Automatic closest color match or choose your own colors c) Colors desired in the final pattern: Choose any form : limit the number of colors,  shades of gray or black and white.

6. Enter the number of stitches across.
7. Select your output from the two options: save as PDF or pattern on screen. And you can ask the program to create grid for easy reading.

Omit step 8 if you are  not registering yourself as member.




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