UPDATE:  The graph below is available at the Embroidery Patterns link above, in easy to print PDF full page format.

The gauntlet was thrown. I was challenged to produce a chart for The Flying Spaghetti Monster, in all his noodly glory. At the risk of destroying any crumbs of credibility I might have as researcher, I respond.



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5 responses

  1. Kathryn Newell | Reply

    First the pirate and octopus design (which I wish I could render into a chart for sock knitting). Now this amazingly wonderful and silly monster. Not to mention the name of "Flying Spaghetti Monster". <giggle>

    You made my day!


  2. You have truly been touched by his noodly appendage! This is excellent and I really want to do blackwork just because of this…and the book. Really, it is amazing what you have put together.

  3. Amazing. I was just wondering how I could work your skully pattern into an otherwise perfectly period bit of costuming when this shows up in my email. Thanks so much for these!

  4. Wow. Now that is inspired and wonderful.

  5. I used your pattern to make a colored blackwork project. Since you posted it online, I figured you wouldn’t mind. I just posted a picture of it to the blackwork yahoo group. I’ll send you a link if you’d like to see it.

    Thank you!

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