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#1 posted 11-11-2018 02:45 PM

newbie65 ~ what part of the world do you live in ??
as said above – there are many ways to achieve a full size pattern
to work from . . . if you can scan and post a page from the magazine here
so we can see your project, it may narrow down your options.
sign shops have programs where they can scan images and print it out
on 24” wide white paper. depending on how big your project is (you have not said)
you can glue the papers together to make a full size chicken coop . . . . .
again – depending on what size your project is and how detailed the pieces are.
stop by your local sign shop or a Kinkos (which is now FedEx Office) Staples or Office Depot.

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