I got inch grid paper from my local fabric store (this stuff is 12 inch x 12 inch and is usually used for drawing up patchwork designs, so I did have to stick a lot of pages together), and I hand drew/copied the pattern pieces on the grid paper. It is a slow way to do it, but it is the only accurate way that I could think of.

You could enlarge them on a photocopier, or maybe use an overhead projector to enlarge the images onto a wall and copy them from there, but I imagine that these methods might be a little less accurate.

I presume kinkos would be a photocopy store? I am not sure of the exact percentage to enlarge the image by either, but the ratio is 1/8 inch : 1 inch. I suppose that, because you need the image to be 8 times bigger (because you want 1/8 inch to turn into 1 inch), that the percentage to enlarge would then be 800%. Hopefully your photocopy store would be able to do that!

I hope this is helpful!

If there is anything else I can try and help with, just ask!

Good luck ðŸ™‚

I do not know what percentage to do at kinkos, I read the book but I don’t understand it at all and trying so hard to find out the info., if there’s anything you could tell me will really appreciate.

Thanks.

JG ]]>