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Saturday, July 31, 2010

Lined Graph Paper

My daughter wants to start cross stitching. If you know The Amazing Turnip Girl at all, you know, she's not one to follow patterns. She'd much rather do her own thing, go her own way.
I used her desire to start cross stitching as an excuse to make a new kind of graph paper.
This is set up to print at 100 ppi. If you print it at that ppi, the darker lines are exactly a quarter inch apart which makes it quarter ruled notepaper as well as being graph paper. This means you can write notes to go with whatever you are using graph paper for on something that's pretty close to being lined like regular notebook paper.
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I have many kinds of graph paper for crafters and beaders here. I think it's probably the biggest collection of free beading graph paper on the net. I'm really not sure. 

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