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Argh printable patterns!
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Posted 05 December 2012 - 11:09 AM
I buy lots of printable patterns from different places, and most retailers do great patterns regardless of where they are based (american printing slightly different sometimes causes problems)
But tiedyediva patterns are just a pain in the butt!!!!
I just spent more time and curse words arranging and putting together pattern pieces than it took me to sew the damn item.
Sooner I get ottobre the better
Posted 05 December 2012 - 02:26 PM
not about the one today but I have in the past and got told hey a few mills out is ok its only kids clothes.
The one I was using today said to have a 19 inch measurement between points on pattern - naturally it meant I needed to adjust width due to different paper sizes on american (letter size) vs aust A4 but the whole thing was outta whack. I used my cutting mat grid and her adjusting measurements would have meant a half inch difference between the pattern pieces (not a few mms) just frustrating.
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