I am looking for counted cross stitch patterns for either the mascot or logo for the University of Texas, UT, Longhorns. I am also interested in finding a pattern for the logo of Ohio State University - Buckeyes.
By Jeanne from Farmington, MN
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Can anyone help? I am in search of the cross stitch pattern for the university of South Carolina mascot (cocky). I would also be interested in college football cross stitch patterns, in general.
By Sandy J
I can't help you, but I will say that I'm a huge gamecocks fan! Go Cocks!
I may have a gamecock pattern in a book of mine. I have to locate it though. In the middle of a redecoration of my house. I do have the pattern for UGA, the Georgia Bulldogs mascot. If you would like that, just let me know. Will be looking for the book.
Hi Sandy J, Found the book with the Gamecock pattern faster than I thought I would. It is from a 1973 book I purchased. This pattern did not have a specified color chart. Back then, you guessed at the colors when the chart was printed in color. Anyway, I have written the colors on the parts of the bird. I couldn't get all the chart scanned for the picture. It was in two pages in the book and I combined it to try to show you the entire piece. Just let me know if you need it still and where to send it. Email or snail mail.
I would love to get the pattern
This is what I'm looking for
Could you email me this pattern please jx3country at aol.com thank you so much, Janie
Did you ever locate the gamecock pattern I would love a copy thank you Janie
If you still have this pattern I would love to have an emailed copy. Teachingmama76 at gmail.com
I am looking for a cross stitch pattern for the Gamecocks from South Carolina University.
If you check any knitting shop that have cross stitch, if you ask this same question they usually have a list of people that can help you on hand.
I'm looking for the following cross-stitch patterns:
Iowa State; Georgia "G"; and Clemson Tiger Paw.
Thanks for your help
By Holly from Ames, IA