Wednesday, November 2, 2011

NFL Logos and Name Plates

These are the NFL logo and name plate patterns that I use to make scarfs and beenie hats.

























Here is a pattern for the NFL logo, AFC logo, and NFC logo.  I do not use these for scarfs.

50 comments:

  1. would love to see how you incorporate these into beanies

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    1. Does she have a pattern for a beanie?

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    2. I usually use aida cloth to make the logo and then sew it to the beanie. You can use single crochet to incorporate the pattern into the hat, but the logo would take up a lot of space and a lot of stitches.

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  2. do you make these as a baby beanies?

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  3. Omg you just saved my life!!! Thank you so much for sharing these!

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  4. I'd like to write up a pattern for the Broncos one and post it to Ravelry, but I'd like your permission to do so beforehand. You will get full attribution for the layout with a link both in the pattern and on Ravelry. I would simply be translating it into a crochet pattern instead of just the layout grid.

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  5. These are awesome, i just need to take the time to learn to do them, One day when I can sit still for longer periods of time, thank you very much for sharing

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  6. Omg, I trying to do this in a cross stitch Pattern and it looks bunched together, Help PLZ!!
    Contact me,

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  7. What crochet stitch did u use? Also how long was your starting chain

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  8. Do you know where I can find baseball logos??

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  9. Are you part of the NFL? It is illegal to do logos from NFL, MBA, ETC. I will write NFL to see if they promote this. If so thank you.

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    1. long as you are not selling what you make the min you sell them is breaking the copy right laws

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  10. http://www.ehow.com/list_6647869_nfl-super-bowl-trademark-regulations.html

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  12. What crochet stitch did u use I'm trying make this I'm finding it difficult

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    1. Heather I did a HDC. I like a tighter stitch and I didn't want any holes or empty space. I single was too small and took forever and a Double was leaving more space than I wanted

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  13. Do you have a beanie pattern for this?

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  14. Is there a way to put one of these into a graph blanket.. For example the Redskin one could I just graph out the name and then some how get the logo on it as well?

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  15. I love your patterns and use them for so many craft ideas! Thank you so much for sharing! I was wondering if you would consider creating CFL logo and name plate patterns for your Canadian fans eh?

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  16. I would also be very interested in CFL Scarf Charts Your work looks awesome

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  17. I am looking for an afghan pattern for SF 49ers, to make for my son - he is a big fan. Does anyone have a pattern I can purchase or know where I can locate one?

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  18. Do you have one for the Minnesota Vikings?

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  19. can you send me a pattern for the seahawks thank youj

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  20. can you send me a pattern for the seahawks thank youj

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  21. I see the hdc, andI am learning graph paper. How are you changing out the color's for the logo's?

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  22. Thank you so much for posting these! My nephew is a huge Seahawks fan so I plan to make him a hat & scarf with them.

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  23. how do u put these on crochet? is this crocheted into it? or is it needle point done on top?

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  24. I was wondering how you came about creating these, I'm in need for a pattern for the wings on the Philadelphia eagles team helmets and was wondering if you could help me with that

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  25. Is it possible to get the logo of the texans on a crochet hat

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  26. I've only been crocheting for about a year and I'm not the best at it yet. Is there any way I could get written instructions on some of these? Like Packers and Chiefs? Thank you....

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    1. There is no easy instructions for the logos. Each square equals one single crochet. Just make sure that you pay attention to which direction your row is going. You could also make a blank square and cross stitch the logo on the square. If you have any more questions, fell free to ask or call me at 417-522-6125. I will help anytime.

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  27. What about a bobble stitch?

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  28. I would love to make afghans using these is it possible

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  29. I would love to make afghans using these is it possible

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  31. I've only been crocheting for about a year and I'm not the best at it yet. I was wondering how many chains do you start off with and what stitch do you use please help

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  32. Thanks so much for a great post. I'd like to know more about these topics and hope that I can receive more insight into this topic.
    Corporate Identity Process

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  33. Do you have a pattern for the Vikings or did I just miss it

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  34. Do you have a pattern for the Vikings or did I just miss it

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  35. What are the measurements of each logo? I'm going to make a NFL afghan and each square will be a different team with the NFL logo in the middle.
    I wanted to be sure that I wouldn't have to alter the pattern.

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  36. What are the measurements of each logo? I'm going to make a NFL afghan and each square will be a different team with the NFL logo in the middle.
    I wanted to be sure that I wouldn't have to alter the pattern.

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    1. How do you incorporate this into a pattern? The idea you have is great!!!

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    2. I made a blanket a few years ago in the same fashion as you are talking about. I used a block that was 45 sc wide and 45 rows tall. I centered each logo in each block. I put the NFL logo in the middle block and the AFC and NFC logos in the corners. I bordered each block with a round of white sc. In all, I made 35 blocks. I sewed the block together in 7 rows of 5 blocks. II then sewed the rows together. I then went around entire blanket with a border of one row of red, one of white, and a row of blue.

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    3. I used a K hook and the background color of each block was that teams color. The measurements under each logo are the dimensions in squares for each logo.

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