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I’m a wife, mother, lawyer, humanitarian, business owner, entrepreneur, publisher, web developer, and teacher. Jefe is my husband, TheBarbarian is my oldest child, Princess is my middle child, and Sirenita is my youngest. I have had at least one child in diapers the entire time I have been a lawyer. I’m surprised to be homeschooling. I run LearningLawyer.com, and this site is mostly about how LearningLawyer came about.

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  1. I would love to make an infant sized Mei Tai after making the regular sized for my twin toddlers. You recommend printing it at 85% but when spooling to FedEx Office the document is secured and will not allow scaling. Do you have a suggestion for how to print at the reduced size successfully?

    Thanks in advance!
    LaKeta

    • I don’t know, I’ve never used FedEx Office. I print at home through Adobe. Maybe print out at a friend’s house?

      • Thanks for your reply Lisa,

        The pattern is oversized and too large to print from home, this is why I turned to FedEx Office. The print comes out as one large piece for the body, waistband, and hood. Would it be possible for you to post a scaled version of the pattern?

        • The pattern is designed to print out on regular sized paper. You then tape the pieces together. Save the pattern, then open it in Adobe Reader and PRINT AS A POSTER. There is a little button on the print page that lets you do that when you print from Adobe.

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