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How to use PDF patterns with images

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Hello. This is K from the staff.
Have you ever experienced PDF pattern pasting? It may take some time, butKruul's PDF pattern is designed to be easy to paste
Even if it takes a little time for the first time, it will be quick from the second time, so please feel free to try PDF. I will tell you the tips of pasting with images.

✂️ How to use PDF pattern

-Use a PDF pattern of the appropriate size and a guide booklet.

-For printing, be sure to set the printer to "100%".
Output the first page of the PDF pattern or the second page of the guide booklet, and check that the "scale guide" is 5 cm square (1 inch square).
If the output is correct, the rest will also be output. Black and white is OK.
・ While referring to the "Matching diagram", align the notches of ▶ ︎ to make ■ and paste them together.

Tips for making PDF pasting easier♫

1. There is no need to cut all the margins up, down, left and right
2. If you are right-handed, cut off the right edge and bottom margins. For left-handed people, cut the left edge and the bottom to make it very smooth.is. There is nothing like that, but the biggest tip ^^
3. Use cellophane tape or glue for bonding. Staff K recommends glue sticks or tape sticks as they are quick.

If you are new to us, please see with images!

In addition to scissors and cutters, some people use rotary cutters. (Please use separately for cloth and paper)


One stage is 5 sheets from a to e. The number of bonding steps depends on the size.
There is information in the pasted diagram of the guide booklet.


Arrange from 1a to 1e and check the extra margin (where to cut).


Right-handed staff K cuts off the right edge and the bottom with a cutter. Cut the outside of the line.


As for the end e, it is OK to leave the right (left) as it is, so cut only the bottom.


Now, start pasting together!



Add glue to the margins and combine the triangles ◀ ︎ ▶ ︎ to make a ■.
At this time, while paying attention to the center ▶ ︎, make sure that the upper and lower lines do not shift so that you can paste it neatly.


It fits perfectly!


The first stage is completed.


Completed up to the 5th stage! There are few places to cut the last stage, and it feels like it will finish in a blink of an eye.


Next, paste the steps 1 and 2.
▲ and ▼ are pasted together to make ◆. What I am aware of is that ◆ and the left and right lines are connected.


Staff K puts a little tape on the key points, such as the part where the four sheets of paper meet each time the steps are connected.


done!


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