Free Autism Puzzle Chart

I made this a while ago as I wanted to make my own bracelet. It isn’t anything fancy, I have no special software, just M’s felt tip pens! It could be used for crochet ( as I used it for a for a bracelet in fine cotton and 1.5-2mm crochet hook but looks good too done with double knitting ( light worsted weight yarn) and a 4 mm hook and could be made into a belt or even a guitar strap. It could be used for cross stitch, intarsia knitting ( headband, belt, bottom of a jumper maybe?), or even plastic canvas. The pattern just repeats itself once you reach the end of the block. feel free to use it if it is of any use for anyone:) Huge apologies for the amateurish chart, but it does the job I suppose:) Please note that the ‘ black’ in the chart should actually be dark blue…. M didn’t have a dark blue, so had to use black!


7 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Pam Beeching
    Aug 23, 2011 @ 17:21:07

    I have to find something to knit incorporating this pattern because it’s lovely. Maybe sock cuffs? Whatever it turns into, rest assured it will be knitted!


  2. highlanddream
    Aug 23, 2011 @ 18:00:56

    Thank you for the lovely compliment, Pam:) I really appreciate it and am glad someone else can gain some use from it. Happy knitting!


    Aug 25, 2011 @ 16:36:43

    Do you have to cut the yarn in every change of color, or there’s another way?


  4. debbie
    Aug 26, 2011 @ 19:07:09



  5. Angela
    Apr 03, 2013 @ 16:42:40

    by any chance do you have a written crochet pattern?


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N.B. the title of this blog comes from my son’s very literal understanding of ‘ magic carpet ride’ ….. he believes this to be a ‘car pit’ ( as in ‘ sand pit’) and demonstrates this with a plastic lid and toy car. The magic comes in when the toy car is covered with the lid and it disappears!

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