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a quick question

by ysoldateague May 15, 2006

I will be most grateful if you could take the time to comment with your opinion on this matter. Teehee.
Umm yeah. I was just putting together the stuffies pattern as a pdf, but then I started wondering whether you would prefer the free pattern (it will be free, because free stuff always rocks) as a pdf to download or just as a webpage. It doesn’t make much difference to me either way, and I don’t really have a preference regarding other patterns so I thought I would canvas you for opinions. To pdf or not? Of course the third option is to put the pattern on a page with a link to a pdf file. Do you think this covering all bases is actually necessary?

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