Added Apr 17, 2007
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Then tape the second row together entirely, and then tape it onto the first row. You can also tape each page to the row below and the page next to it, but I find it is harder to match up the notches this way. I also suggest taping the corners of each page on the front and back, and especially be sure to tape the pages together where the pattern piece lays, so when you cut it out, the pages don't separate.
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