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How to stop pattern envelopes from sliding out the sheet protectors. (Tip/Technique)
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Posted by: sewcool21
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Posted on: 8/27/11 6:19 PM
When I catalog my patterns they are always sliding out of the sheet protector. To stop the patterns from sliding, I add a sheet of paper inside the sheet protector with the pattern. Then I stapled the sheet of paper to the plastic sheet protector by the hole. This way I can still get the pattern out if I need it.

* Another quick tip since the paper is in there, I put two pattens in one sheet protector.One on each side of the paper. This saves money and make less bulk in the binder.
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Merry G said...
How does it make less bulk w/ 2 patterns
8/29/11 7:32 AM
sewcool21 said...
It is kind of hard for me too explain, but the more sheet protectors you use the more bulk. When I first started cataloging my patterns I had 1 pattern for every sheet protector and my binder started getting filled quick. So I tried the 2 in one sheet protector and was amazed at how much space I had left in my binder. Try it on a smaller version with four patterns. Use two sheet protectors with two patters in it. Then compare it with the same four patterns in there own individual sheet protector
8/29/11 8:29 PM
Mufffet said...
Nice solution!
9/17/11 12:07 PM
LBeveryday said...
I need to get more organized with these sewing pattern envelopes. Your tip really helps!
9/26/11 1:09 AM

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