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Here are a couple links that discuss how to fit more stitches on a page:


I do see options to get up to 130x240 or 180x330 on one page.  If you do shrink it down, I think 200x200 might be too small to read on one page.  If a couple pages are ok, then the above links might help.

Basically the linked information tells you about changing the paper size which will automatically place more stitches per page.  One of the links also tells how to change print settings to shrink it down.

Let me know if you have questions and we'll try to help.


Welcome! Smile
I'm sorry to say the freePatternWizard can't take a finished pattern and turn it into a chart. Frown All the program can do is make patterns in word or graph form from original images. I've done some searches, but have never found anything that takes word charts and converts them. All of the matches are for programs that will turn an original image into a chart or word pattern, or tutorials on how to create your own word pattern.
I'm so sorry you're having problems with those word charts. Perhaps you could contact the original designer(s) and ask if there are graphs available instead of word charts?


Welcome!  Smile

Hee hee, isn't TV so much more interesting with a project in your hands?  Wink it!  I was there once (Toronto, mostly) and had the nicest time.  The people were lovely and there was so much to see!  Autumn is a particularly beautiful season, when the trees start to turn those gorgeous colors.

If you'd like, please post photos of some of your work so we can drool over them!  Wink


Welcome!  Smile

Thank you for the recommendation!


Oh, yes, I know about those projectors, how cool!  Kiss  I would so do that!

I really like the lavender.  It's calming and relaxing.  LOL, I was worried I'd want to change it, but definitely don't!

Yeah, white, off-white, meh.  Even very light gray can be boring.

ROFL!  Yes, you got me...I want to have a brothel room in my home!  Laughing  It's my fondest dream.  Red walls and red lamps, LOL!

Oh, wow, yes, the natural light would make all the difference in the world in a room painted dark colors!  Then it would be stunning!  Kiss

Such beautiful sweaters, and the dachshund one sounds adorable!  Kiss  Do you give them away when the kids outgrow them?  Or do you take them apart and crochet them into something else?

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