Free Pattern Organization


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Free Pattern Organization by Pixie D

Any patterns I get from magazines (or online web sites) I scan then print. I create bound books with the same themes to keep all the patterns together and easy to thumb through.

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The bound books sounds like a great idea, but you did not explain how to create this bound book! Could you explain how to do this? Thanks.

Patterns can be a hassle to refold, but ziplock bags work great, especially since they can be folded any which way you choose. I put the pattern and envelope in a ziplock, then into a plastic sweater box, and they file away very neatly, and can hold oodles of patterns, and all neatly stored away until you need them again. I use the same method for fabic pieces, why buy expensive plastic storage bags, that require a vacume,to suck the air out of?


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