Friendship Bracelet Graph Paper Ready-to-go
Apparently, some people were having trouble making the graph paper. Some of you may not have a computer or know how to use image editing software like Gimp or Photoshop. So I have something of a solution. I’ve created a series of the graph paper in a variety of sizes, as well as already edited the tops of it to better go with your ideas. I’ve uploaded them as PDFs for easy printing as well.
If you’re on a computer, all you have to do is right-click on the one you want, hit “Save link as…” and download it. Alternatively, clicking on the image will bring up the PDF in a new tab, which you can then print or save. If you’re on a mobile device like a smartphone or iPad, the second method will work best.
Once that’s done, you can choose how you want to fill it in. If you’re a hands-on type, you could get it printed out on paper, and color it in using markers or colored pencils. If you’re working off a mobile device, you can try using one of the many drawing/painting apps out there. I like Autodesk SketchBook (available on the Apple App Store or Google Play).
By the way, the number of strings mentioned in the captions below refer to the number of strings used in the loops, before you start knotting the actual pattern. Do drop me a comment if you need any clarification!