Scanning Craft Patterns and Instructions

This pertains to instructions for just about any craft item. I scan the instructions or pattern into my computer to enlarge and then print it out. This works especially well for cross stitch or counted cross stitch because this way you can actually see the graph better and easier to count.


By Elaine from White Pigeon, MI


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March 17, 20080 found this helpful

Great idea! I have downloaded patterns from the internet, and then printed. They are great, because you can actually see them! I never thought of scanning what I have then enlarging! Thanks for tip!

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