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Pattern pieces not matching up…

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    Profile photo of CLeeCLee @CLee

    When I printed the pattern out, correctly the 1″ square is 1″, the pieces don’t seem to match up. If I match up the circles with the letter and number then those squares end up being roughly 1″ wide and 1 3/8″ long. If I make the squares 1″ square the circles do not match up. Trying to figure out which way is the correct way to match things up to ensure it all fits together correctly once I cut it out and start sewing. Help!!!

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    Profile photo of Todd GibsonTodd Gibson
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    I think you might be assembling the pages incorrectly. You don’t overlap the circles. Those are just present to show you which pieces to join. You join the pieces at the grid lines. So your grids should never overlap.

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    Profile photo of with love Heidiwith love Heidi @with love Heidi

    I haven’t pieced that one but I have others, if your still having issues I could get a photo up for you of one I’ve done.

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    Profile photo of CLeeCLee @CLee

    I’d appreciate a photo to make sure I’m doing this right!

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    Profile photo of with love Heidiwith love Heidi @with love Heidi

    Here’s the latest digital pattern I’ve been working with, it is the back of the puppet show dress. Hopefully you can see how the circles are next to one another not on top. Once you get the hang it’s pretty easy. Enjoy the pattern!

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/73669617@N07/11059853075/

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    Profile photo of CLeeCLee @CLee

    Thanks! That helped and I appreciate you posting the photo for me. Other patterns I’ve printed out used the circles or other marks like that to be lined up so it confused me a little, but I’m a lefty so sometimes things like that “confuddle” me. LOL Other things I get in a snap. :oD

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