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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That’s too bad, I’m sorry for your bad experience. I’ve never taken any of their classe…
all very very full and meaningful it gives me comfort and rewarding
Any replies would be helpful :(
I don’t think anyone maintains customer service with Burda anymore. They are too busy m…
Seems like many are poorly communicated. I’ve made several, and I have probably a dozen…