Dot/Circle Grid

Small, equally spaced dots will give you guidance when drawing patterns because they are part of the pattern and will easily disappear into the design.

Dot Grid

Instead of dots the circle grid is based on orbs. Depending on the pattern, the size of the orb can be either small or large.

Circle Grid

4 Leaf by Tricia Long 5 Fishies by Tricia Long Almond Cluster by Tricia Long Aurora by Sarah Harrison Base-Basement by Silke Wagner Batiki by Sandy Hunter Boardgame by Ina Sonnenmoser Buckled up! by Tomàs Padrós Cadent Cadent Variation by Samantha Mitterer Curly Wurly by Anja Meeter Diamond Metal Plate by Ina Sonnenmoser Dimyx by Lily Moon Flash by Diana E. Marshall Floral Rangoli by Kasturi Das Flower of Life Base Pattern Foxy by Heike Gerlach Hollyday by Lila Holter Hurray by Agneta Landegren Istanbul by Elaine Benfatto Jess by Anja Meeter Karobo by Silke Wagner Kolam Crystal by Kasturi Das Lark by Sandra Strait Lauscha by Tricia Long LeafGrid by Ina Sonnenmoser Madeline by Lila Holter Mook-ish by Millie Galliher Quad-Elipse by Tricia Long Rango-Swirl by Kasturi Das Rangoli Cross by Kasturi Das Rangoli Heart by Kasturi Das Read Me by Diana E. Marshall Skydive by Gerlinde Oosterom Sliders by Lila Holter Starfish goes grid by Nicole Dreyer Tessie by Kim Aarts Tunnels by Anja Meeter W2 and Huggins Zaplings by Anja Meeter Zapper by Anja Meeter

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