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Posted on: 3/20/06 9:48 AM
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There have been many tips on how to store patterns but recently I realised that if I scan the photo from the front of the actual pattern and stick it on the envelope I have an excellent way of knowing which pattern is stored.

The enveopes I use are 12 x 16 inches and are big enough for the actual pattern and the one I have traced off.

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regine said... (3/26/06 1:51 AM) Reply
Thanks, I will start my own pattern book now. Have only recently purchased my scanner and am still experimenting.
Ronda Rae said... (3/25/06 7:16 PM) Reply
I keep a binder for all of my machine embroidery designs, too! It's great laying in bed at night while hubby is watching sports, I can plan my next project!
regine said... (3/21/06 1:48 PM) Reply
thanks for your comments. My only problem is that a lot of my patterns come from La Mia Boutique magazines which I borrowed and at that time did not scan the photos. Well, I know from now on.
luckypenny said... (3/21/06 12:30 PM) Reply
Great Idea and I like the idea of the second copy and making a pattern book (or just adding it to my binder of notes). I would even add a swatch of fabric from the finished item for reference.
annsew65 said... (3/21/06 2:41 AM) Reply
Regine, While you're at it, print out another copy and start yourself a "pattern book" to look at. Get some dividers and set up in sections - jackets, skirts, pants, active wear, etc., etc. Beats looking through the patterns themselves.
 
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