Monday, October 17, 2011

Bruins Logo Knitting Chart

I love receiving emails from readers. This morning, I got the following communication from Pat: "Thank you for sharing the Red Sox logo chart. I would like to make my grandsons a hat with the Boston Bruins logo. I have found the logo on line but it is way too big for a child’s hat. I would appreciate any help you can give me. Thank you in advance for your help."

I enjoy the opportunity to help out my readers with a project. I am therefore pleased to present you two Boston Bruins Logo knitting charts! (Hopefully the smaller chart will work on a child's hat. It may be necessary to use sport or DK weight yarn to get this to fit properly.)

Small Bruins Knitting Chart: 21 rows x 17 columns


Large Bruins Knitting Chart: 32 rows x 26 columns


A note about the circles: Knit stitches are not symmetrical, and frequently they are wider than they are tall. Therefore, these knitting charts ave more stitches in the vertical direction than they do in the horizontal direction. The cell width I use in my knitting charts is 9 pixels high x 12 pixels wide.


This is a perfect circle drawn across the in-progress small Bruins logo knitting chart.

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These knitting charts were created by ChemKnits for your personal or charity use. You are not to distribute or reprint this pattern without the permission of ChemKnits. © 2011 ChemKnits

36 comments:

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  2. i love it. i was wondering if you could possibly make Toronto Maple Leafs logo. either one would be nice.

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  3. Andrea,

    I have a maple leaf scheduled to be published 11/2/2011. If you send me an email (chemknitsblog (at) gmail.com) I can get you the chart prior to the official release.

    Cheers,
    Rebecca

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  4. Wonderful!!!! This is great, esp now that they are winning again. Love it. Many thanks!
    Carolknits

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  5. can u make a chart for illusion knitting of the boston bruins logo

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    1. I have never made any illusion charts before... This isn't something that I could complete soon, but I will consider it.

      I have only ever knit one illusion piece. If I understand the technique correctly, I would have to make the logo only two colors for this to work correctly.

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    2. If you could do I would appreciate it. I can knit the illusion knitting just can't do charts.

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    3. Sorry forgot to sorry it is for a gift

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    4. I will try to help you. If you need it. I understand how to the illusion knitting. I have knit quite a few of them. getting them on a chart is hard. Thanks in advance Kathy

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    5. Unfortunately this isn't something that I can complete in a timely manner for your gift. Although I love to receive reader requests for charts and designs, I am not able to produce them immediately. At any one time, I am working on multiple different projects.

      Your request has been added to my list of ideas to consider.

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  6. I seem to have lost the page i started on. I am interested in that Boston Bruin had with logo... where did it go HELP !! lol

    Pam

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    1. Hi Pam,

      I do not have a pattern to a bruins hat on this site, only the logo knitting chart. I do have a generic skullcap knitting pattern that would fit the logo (huge on one with the large logo or multiple sides of the head.) There are 33 rows between the ribbing and decreases.

      Good luck!
      -Rebecca

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  7. Oh, Wow! I hit the jackpot with this site!

    Thank you again, Rebecca!

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  8. i hope this works

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    1. Feel free to ask me any questions you may have.

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  9. what is the finished size of the Boston logos......they are just what I was looking for if the size is right.
    Thank you for this

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    1. The finished size depends entirely on the size needles and yarn you use for your project. The number of stitches and rows for each chart are located directly under the image. One is 21 rows x 17 stitches and the other is 32 rows x 26 stitches.

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  10. I was wondering if you could do a graph for the Blackhawks hockey team. To fit as a dolls sweater, with twenty stitches on the front and twenty on the back.

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    1. Hey Megan,

      A while ago I had to limit myself to Boston based teams because I started getting too many requests for other sports teams. We're still smarting from last year a bit over here. ;)

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  11. How can I make this to be the size of a throw or a small blanket?

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    1. You would have to make your stitches be really really big (>1/inch), or you would have to create a larger chart to accommodate your blanket. Good luck!

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  12. How many stitches would I cast on for a blanket?

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  13. Hello, is the pattern for the ear flap hat with the BOSTON BRUINS logo posted someplace?

    Thanks

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