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Hi everyone making this for my son

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Hi im wanting to make my son a throw blanket. I going to take his Air Force pic and hes standing in front of a flag then i am putting a Air Force Jet above him i have the pic made up i just need to find where i can make the pattren at.p.s i have one in color to but 9

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Hi Welcome  to Crochetville from the Gulf Coast of Florida.

Grab your yarn and hooks, put your feet up and sit a spell.

We are always so glad to meet new friends.😁

I am not quite sure what you are asking for, but if you want a graph go to FB and type in Free Graphs.  There is a group there that makes free graphs.

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Howdy from Oklahoma

 Welcome to Crochetville

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Welcome.  I'm not on Facebook so am not familiar with the program recommended above, but another free one is Knitpro http://www.microrevolt.org/knitPro/

Make sure to choose the stitch size of 1:1 ratio, which works with crochet SC.

You probably want to make a swatch with the same yarn you want to make the blanket with, and figure out how many stitches per inch you are comfortable with, and apply them to the number of stitches for each size.  Example with easy math, let's say your gauge is 16 stitches per 4" width, so 1 stitch is .25" wide.  If you chose the big grid, 120 stitches wide x 160 tall, it would be 120 stitches x .25" = 30" wide and 160 stitches  x .2 5" = 40" tall.  If you want it bigger, you'll have to figure out how many more plain border stitches to add on each side, and how many rows to add top and bottom based on your gauge--or just plan on making several rounds of border all around.

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