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Topic: Tip for printing out a pattern at home (like from BurdaStyle or a pattern book)  (Read 475 times)
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« on: January 31, 2010 07:13:33 AM »

I just printed out 54 pages of a pattern from the Twinkle Sew book and was looking at people's complaints on Amazon.com about the patterns using up so much paper.  At my work we go through alot of paper for various projects or proofreading people's powerpoints and papers and such (I print double sided, but some old guys have problems with that).  We have a good recycling program, but I'll gather up a pile of paper that's been printed on one side and take it home for these patterns.  It's super recycling and I then recycle the left over paper scraps at home.

Just make sure you don't take home proprietary/FOUO stuff or anything with people's names and information on it.  That could get you in trouble.  I don't want to hear a news story about a crafter who used sheets of people's SSNs or nuke launch codes to make paper mache pinatas. 

A state of confusion is unpleasant, but a state of certainty is ridiculous.  - Voltaire.
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