Category: Patterns

Avatar Border Patterns

I recently found a request for some of the patterns I used to make the borders on the Avatar Blanket, so here they are!

First up is the Avatar logo itself:

Avatar Logo

I think this is a bit modified from what I used in the blanket, but hopefully that makes it more accurate. For this piece, I had to make three separate pieces and stitch them together. The pattern is 19 stitches tall, and I made the border pieces all 23 stitches tall.

Then there are the letters I used around the borders:

Avatar Letters

This is just a chart with the 19 letters used around the edges, based off the font the show uses to flash the titles of the episodes. Each letter is 13 stitches tall and varying widths. I’m probably not going to upload the exact spacings of the letters to make the edges, but I’m sure you can figure it out ūüôā Or spell something else!

Corner swirls:

Avatar Swirl

Nothing too exciting there, just didn’t want empty space. Same with the arrows pointing outward from the logo, I just didn’t want the outer borders to have interesting designs and the inner borders to look sad in comparison. Those were really simple though, just lines that were 3 stitches wide, and then arrows at the tips:

Avatar Arrow

That should be everything you need to make the borders, but as always if you have any questions, let me know!


Eevee Patterns

More Pokemon patterns! Here I’ve got the grid patterns I made for the Eeveelution blanket.

This time the patterns are both images as well as pdfs with numbers, since these patterns require so many different colors and they can be difficult to see. Click on the names for links to the pdfs!


Eevee Pattern


Vaporeon Pattern


Jolteon Pattern


Flareon Pattern


Espeon Pattern


Umbreon Pattern


Leafeon Pattern


Glaceon Pattern


Sylveon Pattern

Justice League Patterns

I found my old drawings of some of the patterns from the¬†DC Comics Justice League Blanket¬†and decided I ought to upload them before I lose them. Unfortunately, I only found 5 of the 9 patterns, so for now, these are all I’ve got. Hopefully I can get the rest up as well at some point in the future.

Each pattern is 60 rows tall. The square patterns are 60 stitches wide, the wider ones are 90 stitches wide. Enjoy!


Superman Pattern


Batman Pattern

Wonder Woman

Wonder Woman Pattern


Nightwing Pattern


Hawkgirl Pattern

Star Wars Patterns

Star Wars Front

Pattern set number two! These are the gridded patterns I used for my double knit Star Wars blanket. Each pattern is 60 stitches wide and 71 tall and makes one square out of the nine total used in the blanket. In the actual finished product, I added a border of 4 stitches horizontally and 5 vertically in white, then another border the same size in black, for a total of 76 stitches wide and 91 stitches tall per square. Enjoy!


R2D2 Pattern

Rebel Helmet

Rebel Helmet Pattern.JPG

Millennium Falcon


Darth Vader Helmet


Star Wars Logo


*I messed up a little bit on this one, for some reason I didn’t center the logo on the square, so if you actually want it in the middle, you’ll want to do 17 rows on the top and bottom instead of 22 and 12. Also, as you can see, I used the reverse side of this pattern as the front side on the actual blanket (i.e. the black background with white letters)*

Boba Fett Helmet


Death Star


Stormtrooper Helmet


TIE Fighter


Pokémon Patterns

Pokemon Blanket

I decided to try something new, that is, upload some patterns!

Really, all this is are the gridded images I used to create the Pokémon blanket above, with some explanation of how I used them to make the blanket. I crocheted each square individually, using double crochet and making each pixel in the images below two dcs wide and one dc tall. Each square was 110 dcs wide by 55 dcs tall.

And here are the gridded images:


Pikachu Pattern

Colors used: Black, Yellow, Red, White, Brown

In the blanket, I used a slightly more gold yellow for the background (it’s hard to see with the lighting in the picture, but it is a different yellow than what I used for Pikachu’s body)


Bulbasaur Pattern.JPG

Colors used: Black, Light Blue, Teal, Red, White, Bright Green, Dark Green

Apologies for the teal and dark green looking so similar in this pattern. I used teal on Bulbasaur’s actual body and dark green on the bulb on its back. I then used a kelly green for the background of the whole square.

CharmanderCharmander Pattern.JPG

Colors used: Black, Orange, Tan, Teal, White, Red, Yellow

I used a darker orange for the background of this square. Note! That is a white square on the left eye, not part of the background!

SquirtleSquirtle Pattern

Colors used:Black, Light Blue, Red, Brown, White, Tan

Dark blue for the background

Some notes about Squirtle: I think what I have gridded here is slightly different from what I used in making the actual blanket. I forgot to put the white around the right eye in the actual blanket (bad move…it looks so much better with the white…) and this gridded image might be a little wider than the one I used in the blanket..I’m not really sure how that happened, something when I was transferring it to digital form.

So there you have it! Feel free to use these patterns however you wish, I do not own these characters. If you do make something and post it, I’d love to see it! Comment a link to the image or link back to this page.

Please let me know if something doesn’t make sense about these patterns. It is my first time posting patterns, so I appreciate any feedback to make it better!