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Thread: print your own "graph" paper

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    print your own "graph" paper


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    Bearisgray - thanks for the reminder about this web page. I used it several years ago and then forgot about it. I sent myself a text message so I don’t forget anymore.

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    What a great site. Thanks, bearisgray!

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    Funny! My husband was a Math PhD and used tons of graph paper. So now I have piles of it in different grids. From 4 squares to the inch up to ten squares to the inch; and some of it is on a tablet that is 24 inches by 36 inches. I would like to give it to someone.
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    bookmarked this for another day. Thanks bunches!

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    Quote Originally Posted by maviskw View Post
    Funny! My husband was a Math PhD and used tons of graph paper. So now I have piles of it in different grids. From 4 squares to the inch up to ten squares to the inch; and some of it is on a tablet that is 24 inches by 36 inches. I would like to give it to someone.
    If you lived nearby, I would be on your doorstep with my arms out.

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    Iíll have to remember this. Appreciate the link, bear.

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    I just used this site the other day. Graph paper is great for placing different size blocks out and seeing how they work together.

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    I use this site to make my hexagon templates...can be printed on card stock for a more durable template or freezer paper cut to 8.5 x 11 making sure you are printing on the dull side. Cut out and press onto fabric with a warm iron. Makes a reusable template as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bearisgray View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by maviskw View Post
    Funny! My husband was a Math PhD and used tons of graph paper. So now I have piles of it in different grids. From 4 squares to the inch up to ten squares to the inch; and some of it is on a tablet that is 24 inches by 36 inches. I would like to give it to someone.

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    Thank you, bearisgray!
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