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I stumbled into this site today and thought I would share with everyone. You can down load to a PDF or JPG to your computer. Some of these papers are nice to create patterns from.
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Wow, thank you Maxine. This is a real time saver.
Point taken Karen and Lorelei ma'am :)
But In Barley ma'am's website she says Graph paper is not much of a use in keeping the stitches straight and regular o.O
I can think of several uses of graph paper for needle-lace. In the design stage, when I draw a pattern, I could use graph paper to help me keep a symmetrical motif balanced. (Right now I just fold my paper in half several times, then unfold it and use the fold lines as guides.) When doing a large ground, I could imagine using the graph paper underneath to help me keep rows and stitch sizes regular.
Can I know the Importance of graph paper in Lace making please??
I was under the impression that Lace is designed in free style , so am a bit confused :)
Ok, thank you for your feed back.
He already has a good selection, even for bobbin lace.
Hi Lorelei. I have been communicating with the owner of the graphs and he will make the circle grids for us to use for patterns. Is there any other shapes we can use for any other of the needle laces patterns?
Thanks Maxine. One more source for graph paper.
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