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) – Seasons16 is lovely stitch alphabet for free as a pdf. 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.
- Caption Generator (http://www.crosstitch.com/captionmaker) – 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.
For needlepoint graph paper showing the weave of mono, visit http://www.susangreeningdavis.com/. Unfortunately you cannot change the mesh size