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Free Pattern Organization

By: Pixie D

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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I photocopy the patten envelope covers and then fold them into 9x12 Manila envelopes, tape the photocopy to the front of the envelopes and file them in compact file boxes by style and inventory them on the front of the boxes. Saves so much space and all of the supplies are available @ the dollar store. I may take your idea and keep the inventory lists in a boned for quick reference

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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