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14 June

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    Jun 14, 2009, 03.01 AMby safemme

    Thanks for the comment on my skirt – I’m really pleased with it as well! (:

29 May

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    May 29, 2009, 12.32 PMby oranda

    Thank you very much, kquade. I’m so slow to do things especially about IT. I need a time but I will.

11 May

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    May 11, 2009, 08.11 PMby kquade

    Me again! Here is a link to a how-to posted by burdastyle on how to create a pdf pattern so you can upload it to the site. I thought this might actually be more helpful for you in case you had the required software (i dont, hence the scan/paint technique i mentioned before). good luck!!

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    May 11, 2009, 08.04 PMby kquade

    hi! im not sure how big the dolphin is, but if the pattern pieces all fit inside one 8.5inch by 11inch piece of computer paper, you could take a marker and outline the outer edge of the paper with it. then take the pattern pieces and tape them on the the piece of paper, then scan the whole thing onto your computer. once there, open it in a paint document and it will print off the same. i did this with a purse pattern i made just to enlarge it for myself, and it can be tricky. if your pattern pieces are bigger than the sheet of paper, you can always cut them to fit. if this doesnt make sense feel free to message me about it!

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