UPDATE: After months of attempting to find a way around the printing errors and problems with Google Docs, Fandom In Stitches is relocating all patterns we currently host for easier access. You can read more about that here.
Patterns are on the move! Update.
Original Google Docs post:
The great majority of the patterns currently available on Fandom In Stitches are hosted through Google Docs. It's a great way to share documents of all kinds. Each of our Google Docs patterns are PDF files.
Mystified by how to print? Here's a quick and easy run down for you!
This is the menu on the left side of each Google Doc. Click on "File" to get to the drop-down menu.
From here, you can either download or print the pattern. Downloading allows you to save the pattern for later. If you're a Google user, you can also add the file to your own Google Docs for future reference.
If you choose to download, go to the file location and open it in Acrobat Reader or the PDF reader of your choice.
If you want to print without saving the document, and receive an error message stating there were "too many redirects," try clearing the cookies from your browser. Clear the cookies on: Chrome; Explorer; Firefox, Safari and then try again!
Make sure to chose "no scaling" when printing paper pieced patterns to keep the patterns from changing size. For absolute best paper piecing results, square up blocks after you piece them!
For future reference, you can get to this page through our Help! Page, accessible through the right side-bar menu.
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