Here is patterns for the logos and name plates for the current teams of the NHL. If anyone would like the patterns for any of the teams that are no longer in the NHL, please place the request in the comments section.

I made a totally successful Carolina Hurricanes Scarf. I didn't notice until after the fact that "Carolina" is missing an "i". It's funny, but I thought you should know that it says "Carolna" instead of "Carolina." Thanks for sharing them.

Is there any possible way that you could do a chart for the older style logo of the Vancouver Canucks? The white hockey stick on the blue square background? Thanks!

I'm new to graphs but want to try the Bruins pattern for my dad. Is each box a sc? What are the numbers next to pattern? If anyone can help me out, that would be greatly appreciated. Thanks

Hi! Have just started checking out Pintwrest for granny square idea, and came upon your NHL logo granny square. Could you tell me how I can the instructions for this blanket (I e., measurements,confirm colors to be used, etc) as I have 2 dear friends that are MAJOR Islanders fans. (I think the colors are the same as the NY Mets!) Many thanks. Let me know if I owe you anything! CA (email: DONDATIONS@GMAIL.COM(

Each row of the graph is a single row of single crochet changing colors as you go along. Each square is one single crochet. If you have any other questions, please ask. Thank you for liking my work.

These are great! Thanks for posting them!

ReplyDeleteI made a totally successful Carolina Hurricanes Scarf. I didn't notice until after the fact that "Carolina" is missing an "i". It's funny, but I thought you should know that it says "Carolna" instead of "Carolina." Thanks for sharing them.

ReplyDeletecan you also make an afghan out of these patterns -- there are wonderful

ReplyDeleteIs each square a single crochet or what is the best way to get the best effect from these graphs? Thanks.

ReplyDeleteIs there any possible way that you could do a chart for the older style logo of the Vancouver Canucks? The white hockey stick on the blue square background? Thanks!

ReplyDeleteDo you have nfl, would love to make my husband a houston texans beanie for christmas

ReplyDeleteI am looking for an afgan pattern for the canucks using the old hockey stick logo.

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ReplyDeleteI am looking for an afgan pattern for the University of Miami Hurricanes.

I would love love love these!

ReplyDeleteWhat are the numbers next to colors?where would I find the exact color I need?

ReplyDeleteWas wondering if you could do the CFL logos and name plates? Please :-)

ReplyDeleteI can. I just need to find all the logos. Can you email me a list of all the teams in the CFL. My email address is cdbvulpix@gmail.com.

DeleteSaved me a ton of time and a ton of math :). Thank you!!

ReplyDeleteHI :D Am also looking for the CFL teams. Did you get a list of all the teams?? Thanks!! Your work is awesome :D

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Great site Great resource Great work Did I say Great :-)

ReplyDeleteI'm new to graphs but want to try the Bruins pattern for my dad. Is each box a sc? What are the numbers next to pattern? If anyone can help me out, that would be greatly appreciated. Thanks

ReplyDeleteI am looking for a free, crochet pattern for a hockey stick. Any suggestions

ReplyDeleteHi! Have just started checking out Pintwrest for granny square idea, and came upon your NHL logo granny square. Could you tell me how I can the instructions for this blanket (I e., measurements,confirm colors to be used, etc) as I have 2 dear friends that are MAJOR Islanders fans. (I think the colors are the same as the NY Mets!) Many thanks. Let me know if I owe you anything! CA (email: DONDATIONS@GMAIL.COM(

ReplyDeleteI am looking for vantage NHL Quebec Nordique. Thanks

ReplyDeleteI will check my patterns file. I could have sworn that I included them in the post. If I find them, I will post it.

DeleteI found my pattern for the Quebec Nordiques. I posted it.

DeleteI'd love to know how these graphs work?? I'm looking to crochet the flyers logo but the graph makes no sense to me. Thanks!

ReplyDeleteEach row of the graph is a single row of single crochet changing colors as you go along. Each square is one single crochet. If you have any other questions, please ask. Thank you for liking my work.

DeleteLove these! Have you tried these patterns as 1" granny squares? I'd like to make a blanket for my nephew and thought it could work.

ReplyDeleteAny of my patterns could be done using a 1" granny square for each square on the graph. If you could, send me a picture of how it turns out.

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