Click “Print at Home” and choose where to save the file. Once it has downloaded, open the file and check that it has downloaded fully. The first page of this PDF is a layout drawing of the assembled tiles. Use this as a guide while putting together the pieces of the pattern.
Print the document as is, at 100%. DO NOT SCALE TO FIT and DO NOT CROP. (The files are set up to be printed on a Letter size paper of 8 ½” x 11”)
To insure that the pattern has printed at the correct scale, find the page containing the TEST SQUARE. The TEST SQUARE should be 4” x 4” by or 10cm x10 cm.
To begin assembling the pattern, cut off or fold the margin on the top and right side of each page.
Match the corresponding number/letter combinations (ex: 1A to 1A.) Tape the pages together starting at the bottom left corner. Use the illustrated guide to match each piece. Once complete, find your size, pin your pattern to the fabric and follow the coordinating line to cut out the pattern.
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