I’ve got great news about Sewfeet.com! At least I think it’s great and I know some of you will too because I’ve had several requests about the possibility of printing my projects that I post in the Sewfeet blog. I looked into it and you now have two options – Print and PDF. At the end of each blog post, you’ll see two icons that give options for printing and/or saving the post as a PDF. Print PDF2

Here’s how they work:

Print – Just like it says, click on the Print icon and send the post to your printer if it is something you want to hold in your hand. Great for project instructions and patterns.

PDF – Click on the PDF icon if you don’t need a paper copy but want to save the information. Save it as a PDF and store it on your computer. Good for reference info or for projects you want to make at a later date.

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I hope this makes it easier for you to get more information, fun, and enjoyment from my blog posts. Enjoy!

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3 Comments on Print or PDF?

  1. That is fantastic! Thank you for this. You offer such a wealth of info that being able to have a hard copy will make life so much easier.

    • Your welcome! I use this option on other sites so I thought it would be useful on Sewfeet.

      Thanks for your support.


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