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1  SEWING IN GENERAL / Sewing in General: Discussion and Questions / I need computer help for a homemade toy pattern on: October 29, 2008 03:09:55 PM
I have designed some cute felt stuffies and am trying to scan them in to the computer so I cam type the instructions for making them onto the page with the pattern pieces, so I can then print the whole thing out. I scanned them in and opened them in my paint program but when I opened it, it was huge, I tried shrinking the page to what looked like the right size on the comp. screen and printed it. then it was real tiny, I need the pattern pieces to be the same size that they are on the page that I scaned it. can anyone please help me? I hope that i explained it good enough. 
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