On my Darice Hole Scaler II, the measurement would be a bit more than 10.5 inches for the 117 width. On the 64 height, it figured ou to be just short of 6 inches. The Darice Hole Scaler can be found where most cross stitch supplies can be found. A better bet is to locate a fully stocked stitching store. They will carry it for you to buy. It is a peach color and is a laminated paper ruler with sizes for 11, 14, 18 & 22 counts. You can double the measurements to be 22, 28, 36 & 44 counts. To find the center of your design, divide measurement by 2 and find that number on the ruler. 64 woul be 32. Put the 32 on your center crease and you have 32 spaces on either side to show you the design area. As always, add 3 inches on either side for finishing. Your width would then become a minimum of 16 1/2 inches. Your height would then become about 12inches of fabric needed.