The sizing guide in the pattern magazine are not the same as the purchased patterns. It’s a bit confusing

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    Jan 9, 2013, 09.54 PMby L Doyle

    I have purchased two patterns on line when printing I only get the instructios and not the pattern pieces itself. Could someone please help. Thanks so much for your help

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    Jan 29, 2013, 11.52 PMby amy kile

    Is there an easier way to print the patterns? I have purchased several patterns, however I have only printed one, due to the difficulty in printing up 30 papers…..taping them together, cutting the pattern, and not really being able to iron due to the tape……I absolutely love love love the patterns available on this website, but need to find an easier way to purchase and print…if there is one? Please please help me!!! Amy

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    Jan 30, 2013, 10.05 AMby sewingfan1

    I think you can take it to a print shop to get printed instead. I’d just buy the magazine if it’s available near you. You get loads of patterns in each one and have to trace each one out yourself but I find that easier than printing loads of pages and sticking them together.

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