I downloaded a pattern this morning. In the magazine instructions it says that when printing to print at the actual size. The instructions go on to say to print on letter size paper. I set up my printer to do just that and printed the page with the test square, it measured 10.5 cm on each side. I went back and change the printer settings and under re-sizing options I de-selected ‘actual size’ and selected ‘print doc on’ and then letter size paper, I also de-selected ‘scale to fit’. I printed the page with the test square and the square now measures 10 cm x 10 cm but now I’m wondering if this is the right scale and I can’t check because there are no finished garment measurements included with the pattern or in the magazine. Two questions need an answer:
Is the pattern printed in the right scale
Why are finished garment measurements not included with the patterns.
3 Posts Sign in to add a post
NObody seems to listen to us when we give this feedback Susie, you have to struggle on …
It doesn’t look too difficult. You could find a normal straight skirt pa…
I have a Burda “easy fashion” E 971 tunics pattern. It might be it?
I guess that if you use them as a decoration (for example as “fake buttons” …
http://www.kentontrimmings.co.uk . Available at very good price 10 metres for under £10…