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Pattern storage

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Rae
Cloth Nappy Wise Woman
Cloth Nappy Wise Woman

Re: Pattern storage

Postby Rae » Mon Aug 15, 2011 4:28 pm

All my patterns are in freezer bags with the instructions and traced copies for the different sizes. All these are then kept in a drawer unit (I got from IKEA).
http://www.ikea.com/gb/en/catalog/products/40107872
I am running out of space in my drawer unit and I do have a few extra patterns in box files that are in the shelf next to the drawer unit.

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mangajude
Cloth Nappy Nutter
Cloth Nappy Nutter

Re: Pattern storage

Postby mangajude » Mon Aug 15, 2011 4:57 pm

I tape the original pattern to a plastic wallet and put the pattern in the plastic wallet and store them in a ring binder, with page dividers for sections, eg baby, mens, womens, formal.

But I just love an excuse to buy stationary, I have a problem! :oops:

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keljbj
Sucker for Cloth Nappies
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Re: Pattern storage

Postby keljbj » Mon Aug 15, 2011 9:44 pm

mangajude wrote:But I just love an excuse to buy stationary, I have a problem! :oops:


Me too :giggle: Sasha thought i was mad the other day because we were in Tesco and i was going all la-la over the red polka dot notepads etc :giggle:

I keep my patterns in lever arch files too, i have two for knitting patterns and three for sewing :giggle: The traced and cut out patterns go in the same pocket as the original, so i have the instructions easily to hand.

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MissFrodo
Cloth Nappy Prophet
Cloth Nappy Prophet

Re: Pattern storage

Postby MissFrodo » Wed Aug 17, 2011 10:38 am

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