NJNA/ANG Member Blogs
- Ridgewood Needlepoint
- Foxview Needlepoint
- The Edwardian Needle
- Needlepoint in Paradise
- Needleworker’s Delight
- Rittenhouse Needlepoint
- Quail Run Needlework
- Old Town Needlework
- Be Stitched
- Bead World
Other ANG Chapters
Related Needlework Groups
- Tink Boord-Dill’s Americana (http://www.tinkbd.com/Americana.htm) – This is lovely 18 stitch alphabet for free. It’s a superb example of what’s available in Tink Boord-Dill’s alphabet and monogram books. It’s also a great alphabet for needlepoint. She also has 2 other alphabets on her site: Tempo and Seasons.
- Caption Generator (http://www.crosstitch.com/fontform.html) – free version cross stitch only. Enter a phrase and get a Backstitch chart, centered or not. There is a paid version with more options.
- Times New Roman (http://www.yarntree.com/036alpht.htm) A 14-stitch tall version of this elegant typeface. Both upper and lower case letters.
- Subversive Cross Stitch Alphabets (https://shop.subversivecrossstitch.com/search?q=font) has free alphabets from this creator of unconventional cross stitch kits.
- French Alphabet (http://nuts-about-needlepoint.com/three-french-alphabets-free-vintage-charts/) A lovely vintage embellished alphabet (like on old linens) for needlepoint or cross stitch. There are also several alphabets for free embroidery on the site.
- Medieval Alphabet (http://www.dragonbear.com/uncial.html) two medieval alphabets in two chart formats.
- Carnie’s Creations (http://www.freepatternsonline.com/xscharts/alphabets.htm) has over 40 alphabets, mostly small and simple, available on-line. There is even a Greek upper case alphabet for sorority and fraternity initials.
- http://www.stitchpoint.com/eng/tool/alph/cross-stitch-writing-tool.php is an interesting site for a cursive alphabet chart.
- Letters of Welcome is more of a pamphlet or chartpack than a book. It includes 16 alphabets designed to give you the tools you need to vary the basic alphabet charts and create an endless variety of new charts.
- http://www.printablepaper.net/category/graph – This printable graph paper (also known as grid paper) features squares of various sizes, from 1 line per inch to 24 lines per inch. Variations include index lines (heavier grid lines) and the size of the paper (legal, letter, ledger, and A4)
- www.stitchpoint.com is another helpful site – If you go to their home page and click on Tools at the bottom, one of the tools is graph paper templates. You can choose anywhere from 5 to 20 lines per inch.
- http://incompetech.com/graphpaper/ – This site allows you to tailor your graph paper to meet your exact needs.
- www.cyberstitchers.com – print free cross-stitch graph paper under Stitching Tools and you can print it in, 6, 7, 10, 11,12,14,16,18 and 22 to the inch grids.