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Thread: Graph papers

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    I thought this was very interesting. Hope that you can use these.
    http://incompetech.com/graphpaper/

    Debbie

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    This is great, all quilters can use graph paper!

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    Bookmarked - the gridded crosshairs will be great for enlarging applique patterns.

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    Thanks, Debbie. This is a very useful site.

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    Thanks, good link.

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    Yup. That's the site I've used. It's great because you can adjust the size of the graph. For the hexagon I printed out 1/4 inch to design on and then printed larger ones to use for English paper piecing. Cheaper than buying it at the store!!

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    Can someone explain how to use graph paper in quilting?


    Thanks,
    Sondra

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    Ohhh way cool Debbie!!! Thanks tons!

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    Sondray...I just use it to plot out my design...kind of like a design wall on paper. Colored pencils and graph paper; use the grids to make your "blocks" then color them in to check on color scheme and placement.

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    I also use it to plot out a design. Sometimes when you get a creative block with the fabric colored pencils can help. Or you see a design in a book, the graph paper can help you make it "you". It's a way to make "on paper" the quilts we will never make in "fabric"!

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