Here we have the final plastic canvas emblem in the Avengers set: S.H.I.E.L.D. What is S.H.I.E.L.D.? It is the Strategic Homeland Intervention, Enforcement and Logistics Division. Yeah, S.H.I.E.L.D. is easier to say. Without this organization, there would be no Avengers initiative, so I felt it appropriate to include the emblem with the Avengers set.
For the last time, the pattern was created on size 10 canvas giving it a square measuring about 5 inches. I stitched mine on size 7 canvas resulting in a square of about 7 1/4 inches. If you choose to use size 10 canvas, remember to use a lighter weight yarn.
Download the pattern below:
S.H.I.E.L.D. Emblem Pattern
Use the Plastic Canvas tab at the top of the page to check out all the other Avengers emblems.
I think this was my favorite pattern to make out of all the Avengers plastic canvas emblems. I decided to go with the ombre look. I didn’t like how the change from the dark grey to the medium grey showed up, so I changed the pattern just a bit from how mine was done.
You can see in the partial pattern above that the color change is no longer a straight line. Hopefully that will help blend the colors a little better. My medium grey should have been a bit darker, too.
You can stitch the pattern in any color you want, using three shades that blend well into each other, or you can stitch it using one single color.
Download the pattern with the link below.
Avengers Emblem Pattern
As with all the other Avengers emblems, the pattern was created on size 10 canvas which results in a square of just over 5 inches. I stitched mine on size 7 canvas giving me a square of 7 1/4 inches. If you use size 10 canvas, make sure you use a light weight yarn to accommodate the smaller holes.
If I say Hawkeye and your mind immediately goes to the TV show MASH, then you’re on the wrong blog post. This plastic canvas emblem is for Hawkeye, the archer in the Avengers. What would be better for his emblem than an archery target with an arrow across it.
Download the pattern below and stitch as shown.
Hawkeye Emblem Pattern
Using size 7 plastic canvas will result in a 7 1/4 inch square whereas the pattern shows a square of just over 5 inches. The pattern was created on size 10 and if you choose to use that size you will need to remember to use a light weight yarn.
Natalia Romanoff, aka Black Widow, is one of the founding members of the Avengers and a former special agent for S.H.I.E.L.D. This plastic canvas emblem is for this secretive, mysterious, but tough as nails Avenger.
The pattern was created as a size 10 plastic canvas pattern. I stitched mine using the standard size 7 plastic canvas so it ended up being 7 1/4 inches square instead of the 5 inch square. If you are using size 10 canvas, make sure you use a lighter weight yarn.
Download the pattern below.
Black Widow Emblem Pattern
Check out all the other Avengers patterns under the Plastic Canvas tab.
For the Thor plastic canvas emblem, I went with an image of his mighty hammer, Mjölnir (pronounced roughly as MIOL-neer). His hammer’s name means lightning, and we all know how Thor can summon up a bolt of lightning with the help of Mjölnir to strike his enemies with.
Cut your canvas and stitch according to the pattern below.
Thor Emblem Pattern
Using size 7 plastic canvas will result in a square about 7 1/4 inches while the pattern was made on size 10 plastic canvas making a square of just over 5 inches. Remember to use lighter weight yarn if you use size 10 canvas.
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I love Iron Man. I love his snarky attitude, his quick wit, and the fact that he holds no illusions about himself. That’s why the next Avengers emblem is this Iron Man plastic canvas.
Just like with Captain America, the pattern was created on size ten plastic canvas so if you use the standard size seven, like I did, it will be larger than the five inches shown on the pattern. It will be just over seven inches if using size seven canvas. Just remember that if you do choose to use size ten canvas, you will need to use a lighter weight yarn to stitch the pattern
Download the pattern using the following link:
Iron Man Pattern