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Help! How to make thick lines for a stencil/template

ljmatthews2ljmatthews2 Member Posts: 22
edited April 2017 in Resolved Issues
Hello everyone!
I need help with figuring out how to make lines thick in order to cut a stencil/template for a quilting block.  The lines are dashed so that each shape is not completely cut out of the material (mylar). In MTC these lines are too thin and do not cut the width I need.  After cutting, I need to be able to slide a fine point marker in the cut grooves so that I can trace this template onto my fabric for placement of applique pieces. I cannot find how to convert thin lines into thicker ones on MTC and still keep the dashed lines.  Can this be done in MTC?  Thank you in advance for your help.  I have attached the file I am working on just in case my explanation is confusing.  
Thank you,
Lisa M.
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