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graph paper equivalent to squares on Aida
Mon, Sep 20, 2021 5:36 PM
Posted by Tina Loucos
Hi i am a beginner but would like to do a wedding sampler for my nephew and add his and his fiancee name, my question is , do the small sqaures in the grid paper printed off your sight represent a square of Aida or are the squares outlined by the black lines that make a box.

I know this is a crazy question, any help or samples would help

  • Reply from Anita's Husband
    Tuesday, September 21, 2021 5:09 AM
    The small squares on the grid represent the square region in the Aida formed by a set of four holes going through the Aida. This is no different than any patterns you may have used except that there is an image "under" the grid to help you decide what color floss to use for that square. I hope this makes sense.
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