I am about halfway on the winged wheel... Slow going right now, because I'm up to my ears in baby presents (SIL due in Nov., sister's due in Dec. :rollseyes: ) and Christmas stuff right now, but I'll be sure and let you know when I finish it.
I got the pic
from the Flyer's website, cut and pasted what I wanted onto knitters graph paper from Brown Fox Fibers
that I had converted into a bitmap image. (Here's a tip - once you have it saved as a bmp, use the fill feature in paint to makes the lines gray, rather than black - much easier to see on top of your image)
The photo sits on top of the graph paper, and I just connected the graph lines using the line drawing feature, then filled in the boxes completely with whatever color was mostly present in the box. I went back and tweaked it a little (because the image wasn't exactly even) and there you have the Flyer's chart. The Wings chart is a lot (!!!!) harder than the Flyer's chart was, because of the circles...
This takes a lot of time, but was pretty rewarding in the end. Another good way that I've heard of is to get your graph paper printed on a transparency (like they use for overhead projecters) - because that way you can just lay it over the pic you want to chart, and wipe it clean when you're finished with it.