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Working with graph paper
Sun, May 30, 2010 1:51 PM
Posted by Roz
I would like to make a graph paper pattern of our old church back home and would like to know how to do this on your site. I need 13 to 14 blocks by 18 blocks (with 10x10 spaces in each block). I would like to do it for a filet crochet pattern. I do not need to put a picture behind the graph paper. I just need to be able to make fill-in marks - dots or Xs - on the computer like the ones I have purchased to crochet a cloth. It makes for a much neater pattern than the handmade Xs on the graph paper which I am trying at the moment. The examples I have already crocheted or plan to crochet are: America the Beautiful, The Lord's Prayer, The Ten Commandments, The Last Supper, Praying Hands, etc. I hope you can help me accomplish my goal so I can crochet a cloth with the old church on it. Thank you so much for your time. Roz
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    Reply from  Anita's Husband
    Monday, May 31, 2010 4:20 AM
    Unfortunately I never added the capability to do that on the graph paper. The page simply allows you to create the graph paper so you can print it out and then manually create your pattern. Go to top
    • Reply from mkm
      Tuesday, January 11, 2011 4:57 AM
      I use graph paper for designing. After putting it on graph paper, I sometimes use the Excel program to put it on the computer. I have also
      experimented with the various other cross-stitch programs, but find them more trouble than they are worth! Go to top