Download and save the pattern your computer.

Through FedEx/Kinkos website, you can submit the pattern for printing. (Ask for it to be printed AS IS to avoid any scale changes)

You may also save the pattern file on a disc or USB flash drive and have it uploaded at any FedEx/Kinko’s and most local copy shops.

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    Sep 24, 2009, 03.17 AMby dezi

    If it’s not a hassle, would you mind giving step by step instructions on how to submit the pattern for printing on the website? There are so many printing choices after I select the link to copy online, and it always says my pattern is too large. Please help, I really want to try out the Lydia pattern for this weekend (without wasting 30 sheets worth of ink on my printer). I’d greatly appreciate the help.

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      Sep 30, 2009, 04.25 PMby alden

      Hey Dezi,
      Just download the print at copy shop version, save it to your desktop then open up the fedex website and go to the online copy center. Upload the file and tell them it is a custom size and to print as is

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    Oct 10, 2009, 09.38 AMby fingersandtoes

    Does anyone know any good copy shops to print patterns in London?

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    Nov 14, 2009, 08.08 PMby maidenjane

    How much does it cost, roughly, to print a patter?

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    Dec 21, 2009, 07.16 PMby cascadia

    I asked this question in a separate post because I didn’t see this one – I agree, step by step instructions would be really helpful. The only options I’m presented with are letter, legal, and tabloid sized sheets of paper. I can’t imagine Kinko’s having paper large enough to print these patterns on so if there is a way, please explain.

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      Jun 11, 2010, 05.06 PMby alden

      hi Cascadia,
      you have to choose custom and for the special directions type in “print as is” almost all kinkos have large format blotters

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    Jul 2, 2010, 09.02 AMby malin74

    Hi, I need to print a pattern in Sweden! I did not realise that this was an online patternshop when I joined three days ago to get hold of the lovely NORA pattern… Now I have paid and seem to have no way of getting the pattern anyway… :-( I can not possibly see myself printing out 68 pages of A4 sheets on my printer at home and the assembling that nightmare puzzle… Please help! Can I send it to a printer somewhere outside Sweden (US?) and they can print it and post it so me (asap)? Feels like this was not worth the extra hassle and money involved… Thanks. Malin74

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      Jul 2, 2010, 11.42 AMby ichigogirl

      Hej! Is there a sheet called “print at copy shop”? included in what you bought? I’m afraid if not, and you send it to a copyshop abroad you will still recieve 68 A4-pages.
      Maybe you can print them at a copyshop (A4) and ask them to cut the margains off for you? That’s the most boring assembly-related work I think.
      I am not fond of the assembly myself, but just realised yesterday that at least you only need to cut the margains off on two sides of each paper, not all four. That’s half. Great relief!
      Some people don’t mind cutting and pasting the patter-pieces at all, maybe it’s a question of geting used to it…
      Check out ABA or Arkitektkopia if you want to research printing. Weird stuff (like assembling things to a different size paper for you before printning them) is usually quite pricey though, but ask them!

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    Jul 3, 2010, 04.37 PMby malin74

    Thanks Ichigogirl! I will try Arkitektkopia or ABA – there is a sheet called “print at copyshop” witht he patterna. Cheers!

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