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    Sep 28, 2014, 05.00 PMby ummnajee

    thank you guys for the post I was wondering how much it would cost and if it was worth it. I doth mind taping pieces together its the ink that get me. I think getting it printed on better paper is better and worth it.

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    Jul 23, 2013, 11.33 PMby cascadia

    You also have to consider that regular patterns are printed on extremely thin tissue paper that tears easily instead of thicker paper that will last you a lot longer. You can always trace these pattern pieces onto pattern paper instead of cutting them, too, thus enabling you to sew more than one size.

    Personally, I don’t have a problem printing and taping. It’s a pain, but I don’t have the $20 or so, depending on pattern size, to pay for each pattern. But if I did, I would be more than happy to have each pattern printed at a copy shop instead of having to do it myself. I get my paper in reams from Costco and my ink is a much cheaper knock-off that works perfectly (which I get on Amazon). So my cost goes way down when I do it myself. But like dropspinner said, (if you have the money), it’s definitely worth having them printed for you.

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    Feb 29, 2012, 04.12 PMby dropspinner

    I just copied a pattern from the 1912 project-a slip-it cost 19.00 + tax at FedEx/Kinkos. I preferred them printing it than printing 26 pages at home and then trying to connect all the pieces. I have only have 4 large pieces of paper to deal with and no strain on ink from my printer. One must take in convenience and ease and compare it with frustration and lots of tape. Take your poison.

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    Jan 9, 2011, 07.34 PMby lyssiemarie16

    did you ever find out how much it costs? i am rly wondering that as well.

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    Aug 4, 2010, 06.19 PMby halokitty087

    How much (on average) does it usually cost to print the patterns at a copy shop? Is it worth not having to tape pieces together?

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