I have a BHG book of quilt blocks and finally picked out a pattern for a paper pieced star. The picture shows the pattern in about a 4" square.....way too small for me to just trace and use! I sent the book with my DD so she could use the school's copier to enlarge the pattern to 8.5", but am wondering what do you do when you need to make a pattern bigger. If it was just squares I could have drawn it, figuring out the sizes. But this had angles and such and I didn't know how. I've only done one PP block in my life and it was the kind where you sew the fabric to the paper pattern and that was relatively easy. I would prefer to stick to that method for the time being. Is there an easy way to enlarge patterns other than using a copier? Do I have to be a computer guru to accomplish?