This is my gift to you: a grab bag of charts. Apply as needed to socks, sweaters, and the like.Many of them are going to be smallish because I am tired of finding charts on the web that are 50+ stitches across and you can’t fit them onto anything besides a small-gauged sweater. You can additionally find some charts in my patterns. If anyone wants, just leave a comment to say so and I’ll put the charts from my patterns here too so they are all in one place. If anyone wants, I’ll take requests for charts.

These are all in thumbnail form so you can click them for a more printer friendly format.



All of these would be good for socks or the brims of gloves. Doncha think so? I know the chart are on square graph paper, but Fair Isle makes the stitches pretty squarish.


A word of explination. These are charts of Little Cosette, the logo of Les Miserables. Les Miserables and all related trademarks are totally and fully owned by Cameron Mackintosh, including his logo even when it is knitted woollen form! *grovels* O great owner of musicals, may he spare us poor knitters from his wrath and (more importantly) never take Sweeney Todd or Wicked!

Now that I have finished the legal requiresments of groveling and admitting to CM’s copyrights and how he owns everything, I would like to say that this could go well on a sock, or maybe a bag for a Les Miserables freak. There are two versions shown; one is two color and one is three color. (they are both print out even if you only want one) If you use the three color design, the grey should be darker. I just made it lighter for convience’s sake.


Phantom mask, also totally copyright to Cameron Mackintosh. Totally. NOT ME. 12X12 stitches, BTW.



  1. AA#1 said,

    November 24, 2006 at 1:01 pm

    Is that for your skull thinggy?

  2. Cathy said,

    December 2, 2006 at 5:02 pm

    Warning: T You have to either end Cosette’s head one (maybe 2) row earlier, or when you hit row 16, add in one white stitch to her head on EACH SIDE. Otherwise, she looks like she’s wearing one of those English Guard hats.

  3. AA#1 said,

    December 2, 2006 at 7:51 pm

    Thanks, Cathy!

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