I am looking for a cross stitch kit of the Old Main Building at Penn State University.
I can't seem to find this in a kit. However, you can easily make your own cross stitch pattern. All you basically need to do is find the building online. Copy the picture to your hard drive. Now use MS Paint to make it the size you want. If it is a little bit larger, then you can size it down. Now print this out. You might need to take a few sheets together to make this work. Lay this under your canvas and trace it to your canvas. Now all you need to do is choose your own colors to make the design you want.
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Does anyone have an Ohio University pattern, they would share?
It is not free, but here is one. thecrossstitchguy.com/
So here is a trick I used to use when I was able to stitch:
I would find what I wanted in a photo or magazine and then trace it on to graph paper (this was back in the day when there were overhead projectors) and I would do this on my lunch time at work.
TODAY, with the internet, there are patterns you can probably just hand trace on to graph paper--like this one--print from your printer, put the graph paper on top, hold it up to the window and trace.
Here is a good example of one:
I did many a pattern this way...now the thing here is you CANNOT sell anything you do with this--it has to be for personal use because you would be violating the copyright laws if you did.
From my understanding there is no harm in doing this for personal use--if it makes you nervous and you have a lawyer in the family ask, but this was my understanding.
Post back what you decide!
Does anyone know where I can buy a Stetson University cross stitch or needlepoint pattern or kit? Thanks!
If you haven't been able to find a kit it is not hard to transfer an image to your canvas. I'd be glad to explain it to you. Is it possible to communicate directly?
It may be difficult to find a kit but you might call any of your local craft stores (Michael's, Jo Ann's) and ask them as they would probably have it if one is available.
You might be able to find a decal that you could photocopy and transfer it to your canvas. Your craft stores can show you how to do this also but there are instructions on the Internet for doing this.
There are a lot of logo's on Google that you might be able to copy and print. Here is one link. www.google.com/
Here is a link that explains how to transfer from a photo.
I saw one on amazon.ca, but for Canada.
I am looking for a pattern for the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Spartans.
By Barbara W
One simple way to make your own cross stitch pattern is by searching on Google images. Find the image that you like and download this to your computer. Now use a photo editor and enlarge or shrink the image to fit your canvas. Print out the image and trace it on your canvas. I do this all the time and it works wonderfully.
My daughter is going to ISU and I would like to do a cross stitch for her dorm room. Does anyone have a pattern?
I'm looking for it too! Did you find the pattern? Hope so! Please let me know.
I am looking for any and all Iowa State University cross-stitch kits! Please advise ASAP. THANK YOU!
I am looking for a cross stitch pattern of the college seal or mascot to stitch for a graduation present next May. I can only find patterns for the University of Georgia.I'm looking for Georgia State University. The mascot is Pounce the Blue panther. Thanks!
If you can't find the cross stitch pattern of the Blue Panther you can google "Pounce the Blue Panther" using the "image only" option of Google search. Select the image you want and download it to the image file of your computer. You then open this site : www.myphotostitch.com/
where you download the image you just found. It will turn the image into a cross stitch pattern that you can download and it is free et voilà !
Hope this helps !
My brother just went away to college in St. Louis and I would like to surprise him with a cross stitch of his mascot when he comes back into town for the holidays! Does anyone know where I can find this cross stitch pattern?
Here is a way to make your own pattern:
Does anyone know where I can get a University of Pennsylvania logo pattern?
Finding a logo pattern:
I would like an Ohio State Buckeyes cross stitch pattern. Does anyone know where I can get one?
By Geneva B
Go to Pinterest, and do a search for Ohio State Cross Stitch -- they have them there.
I am looking for University of Kansas; KU cross stitch patterns, particularly of the Rock Chalk Doc - medical school. Have any ideas where to find one? The bookstores do not have them. Thanks.
Do you have a picture of what you want? You can try this site to make a cross stitch pattern of your own. www.pic2pat.com/
I am looking for a St. Michael's College counted cross pattern or kit. Any ideas?
By Donna from Danvers, MA
I would like a cross stitch pattern for Wake Forest University.
By Joan G.
I am looking for the University of Richmond counted cross stitch patterm.
Does anyone have or know where I can obtain a counted cross-stitch pattern for the University of Arkansas Razorbacks? I don't know if I want a running Razorback, a facial close-up, or a standing mascot. Probably any would be good to have. Thanks!
By Debbie B.
I am looking for a USC Trojans cross stitch pattern.
By Teresa from West Covina, CA
I am looking for cross stitch pattern for Western Carolina University.
By J. Placa