Jim Guymon from Parowan, Utah recently sent a hand-drawn sheet of diamonds as a possible replacement for the graph paper we use for laying out patterns. I sent the information along to graphic designer Blaine Fisher to see what he could do with it. He came up with the two sheets pictured, which can be printed full size. Try them to see if you like them as much as I do.
Click on the image above to get a description of round knob checkering and see more pictures.
In The Final Touch, I use a table next to my checkering station to keep my tools organized. Here is an alternative for keeping them near, but out of the way.