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Posted on: 12/16/03 9:36 PM
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An easy and inexpensive way to store patterns is to use put your pattern in a large ziploc bag. I put the pattern envelope in the front so I spend less time searching.

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Jerry P said... (7/5/07 2:34 PM) Reply
I do this with patterns after they are cut.
FauxZenaChick said... (12/29/03 8:23 AM) Reply
You can also add file tabs to the top so it's easier to find it after it's filed.
Denise Galea said... (12/20/03 4:55 PM) Reply
good item thanks
Izzie said... (12/18/03 3:14 PM) Reply
I use this method too. The bags are big enough to store traced patterns in mult-sizes. I also put fabric swatches in the bag for garments I have made or plan to make.
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