Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Keith's Guitar Chart

Last year I mentioned that I had adapted a musical guitar knitting chart to a smaller version to create a headband for my boyfriend. Well here is Keith's Guitar Chart:

This this pattern was created by ChemKnits for your personal or charity use. This pattern is not to be replicated, sold or redistributed without permission from ChemKnits. © 2009 ChemKnits


  1. Hi, I loved your chart so I had the freedom to use it for the present, hope you dont mind! http://daceshobbies.blogspot.com/2010/12/beaded-wrist-warmers-for-helena.html

  2. Dace,

    These are stunning! Thank you so much for sharing the photos with me :)

  3. miss rebecca your charts are astonishing how do you do them please I definitely need help; I have done a few but i still want them to be nice looking. Also can you answer the question: How do you measure your charts according to your work because I do not want it to be too big or small. Please put it step by step on my blog http://glitter-mama.blogspot.com please and thank you.

    1. I'm glad you like my charts!

      I measure my charts by first looking at the project I wanted to make. In this case, I knew I wanted to make a headband for Keith, and I wanted the chart to fit the dimensions of the hat. I then worked to make a guitar chart that would fit into the size I was looking for.

      It is easier to make a chart to fit a project, and can be harder to make a project fit a chart.

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