How do you organize paper patterns?
Sewing Pattern Storage – 8 WAYS to Store Patterns
- Idea #1: Magazine Holders.
- Idea #2: Ring Binders with Clear Plastic Inserts.
- Idea #3: Large Envelopes in a Tub.
- Idea #4: Ziplock Bags.
- Idea #5: Pattern Maker’s Hooks.
- Idea #6: Cardboard Folders or Envelopes.
- Idea #7: Pants Hangers.
- Idea #8: Concertina Files.
How do you store large paper sewing patterns?
Rolling uncut A0 (large format) patterns.
Don’t use small rubber bands as they will crease your patterns. Label your pattern so you can easily identify it with tags and tie them onto the rubber band. Just arrange them in a basket or unused bin and pop them in the corner of your room. They can look very stylish too!
How do you reuse sewing patterns?
How To Reuse Sewing Patterns
- 1.1 Store Correctly.
- 1.2 Trace The Original Pattern.
- 1.3 Preserve The Pattern With Tape.
- 1.4 Laminate Your Pattern Pieces.
- 1.5 Back Onto Card.
- 1.6 Store Your Patterns Flat.
- 1.7 Don’t Use Pins.
- 1.8 Iron Before Using.
How do you store sewing projects?
Bags are a great solution for storing projects. I have a rotating stash of plastic ziploc bags (freezer style last much longer without ripping), plus some handmade project bags too. Personally, I love clear solutions because I can easily see what a project is without opening a bag or container.
How do you organize sewing patterns in Evernote?
Just drag a whole category together and Evernote will create a separate note for each image. The name that you gave the image will appear as the name of the note. Later, if you want to see all of your Vogue patterns just type Vogue in the search field and all of the patterns will appear (see above).