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Thread: Chart for Enlarging/Reducing Patters

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    Thank you so much. This I bookmarked immediately.

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    Quote Originally Posted by debbieumphress
    wahoooooooo i needed this chart. Thanks for posting. I will print it when I get home. This will come in so handy. Thanks again.
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    This is also great for enlarging pictures as well.
    Thanks a bunch!
    I do a lot of family history research and some of the old photos are so small when I scan them I try to get them all enlarged to about a 5 x 7 but some times it isn't easy to guee with the odd sizes, so again, Thanks so much for this most needed information.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thebossbab
    I save mine as a pdf file (I have windows based computer)
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    on the mac, that's basically what i do. change it to a pdf and file it in finder.

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    Thank you soo much--needed this!

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    I am going to be starting the farmers wife here real soon, but I would love a copy, but have no ink. Thank you, and God bless.

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    Thank You ,I love this site

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    Great find...thank you fro sharing.

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    Great help. Thanks for sharing.

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    I save things that I want to keep on disk in my UBS port . That way I always have it at hand when I want to look up a pattern or a tutorial or advice that I think worth keeping such as the chart you gave for increasing a block.

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    That is fabulous!

    I must say that I use PosteRazor for all of my enlarging.. It is soooo simple - you just scan in your picture then import it in to PosteRazoe (which is free btw) and then you can tell it how big you want it to be either by physical size or by percentage. I am going to keep that chart for reference! It will come in handy ;)

    http://posterazor.sourceforge.net/

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