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Posted on: 3/22/06 12:11 PM
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I take my BWOF to work (or to Kinko's) to photocopy the sewing instructions. Then, I physically cut out the needed instructions from the other instructions on the page. I arrange and tape the instructions to another sheet of paper and photocopy again. One 8.5 x 11 piece of paper is easier to manage than the magazine and this leaves plenty of room to write notes to myself to augment Burda's minimal instructions. I usually include references to books that explain the instructions more clearly. I store this augmented instruction sheet in the zip-loc bag with the pattern pieces.

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Brine said... (3/23/06 12:22 PM) Reply
Great idea! For the few WOF patterns I've used so far I have scrawled down my notes in various (often forgotten) places; this makes much more sense!
SewTwin said... (3/23/06 4:58 AM) Reply
WOW, I like this.I have not made a Burda WOF yet.Hopefully soon.I will use this when I do.Thanks.
regine said... (3/23/06 4:00 AM) Reply
You are obviously a very well organised person. This tip sounds like a very good idea, thanks.
Mufffet said... (3/22/06 2:08 PM) Reply
WOW...excellent idea. Thanks.
 
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