How Do You Enlarge A Square Grid Sewing Pattern From A Book?
• Look for the scale given by the instructions and create a grid that reflects this proper size that the pattern should be. A common scale is 1″ x 1″ / 2.5cm x 2.5cm per square but each pattern will vary, so be sure to check when making your grid. • Place a piece of tracing paper over the grid. It is best if you tape it into place or it can shift on you as you are tracing over it. • Begin tracing at a point where the pattern line coincides with an intersection of four squares. Make a dot at this point. • Work around the pattern piece carefully. Make a dot at each point where the pattern line intersects with a line on the grid. • Once finished tracing around the pattern, join up the dots. Use the eraser to remove wobbly lines or mistakes. • Draw on any symbols and markings to the pattern piece. This is important so that you know what needs to be done for each piece. • Label and cut out each pattern piece. • Tape together any adjoining pattern pieces that have crossed over pages. • Keep