A knitter wrote asking for help to create a very specialized sheet of graph paper. She wrote, "To match the pattern for my knitting project I need to create a graph paper with a grid of bold divisions of 3 across and 4 down."
GridMaker was created for exactly this sort of project! This tutorial has two approaches — use the one that fits the way you like to work:
Approach 1: Specialized Divisions that closely fit the pattern
Before actually creating your grid, you must decide if you want to create a paper that
With this settled, you can create the grid you want for your project — with bold divisions for the blocks —
Approach 2: Regular Divisions that make counting easier
Some projects require a more standard layout. Here is how to create a layout that would be easier to count because it has a 10x10 grid.
Again, before creating the grid, you must decide if you want to create a paper that
With this settled, you can create the grid you want for your project — with easy to see divisions at every 10 & 5 blocks —