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Any tips on multi page charts? I bought the Janlyn guardian angel kit and it is 9 pages. I tried to copy it, but pages are too large to make photo copies. I even tried the copier at my work and still to large. I have never done anything over 1 page and is a little intimidating. -- Kathy from West Columbia SC
- I ALWAYS make copies of patterns so that I can mark up the copies and keep the original in pristine condition. If necessary take the pattern to Kinkos or an office supply store and make copies of one section at a time. FYI -- you should not be concerned with the number of pages in a pattern. Look at the number of stitches. Multiple pages allow the pattern symbols larger and easier to work with. -- NANCYE from -- Nov 30
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