In a Facebook Group last week, there was a discussion on the best way to print a large block (when you don't own a large carriage printer). Yes you can still print it in Electric Quilt and tape the pages together -- but sometimes you just don't want to do that.
I've frequently used a pdf writer in the past, but found that my pdf writers limited me to an 8-1/2 x 11 inch size. However, Adrienne Quinlan shared with me that she used Bullzip pdf writer which handles up to size A0. I was so excited and knew I needed to give it a try.
My video tutorial this week is about installing and using Bullzip to print a 24 inch block to a pdf writer -- ready for taking to Office Depot and printing out at full size.
Here is the link to the Bullzip download page. (I just downloaded their freeware copy of the program.)
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