Added Jul 2, 2010
Now You cut along the designed pleats and glue the pieces carefully to a new sheet of paper. if You have designed asymmetrical pleats as in the example, You can stop cutting 1-2mm bevor the end of paper; than You will have only one piece to stick and You don´t need to number Your several parts.
While sticking the pattern to the paper you create the space the pleat will take, simply measure from corner to corner how many cm You want to set in.
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