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Old Oct 03, 2011, 11:37 AM
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Right - I understand the size limitations.

Try drawing some reference points on the original. Then enlarge it, making as many copies as necessary to cover the full area in the enlargemens. Then trim the enlarged pages and use a gluestick to assemble the page sections to make the complete enlarged pattern, lined up using the reference points you drew.

"Cut and paste" works really well to make single, large templates/patterns.
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