How do you store large sewing patterns?

How do I preserve my sewing patterns?

Lay parchment paper (or saved paper from the fusible web) on top of the pattern pieces and press the pieces to the interfacing, keeping everything flat and smooth as you iron. Cut out the pattern pieces and repress them to make sure all of the fusing has taken and the pieces are firmly fused together.

How do you store copy shop patterns?

Other ways to store patterns include hanging them, rolling them (which I do with my large printed patterns) or instead of the plastic sheets, you can use envelopes and file them.

How do you use pattern storage?

Pattern Storage is a machine that stores Crystal Memory patterns that are to be used in a Replicator. To get a pattern, you place a blank Crystal Memory into a Scanner, along with an item. Once it finished scanning you place the Crystal Memory into the Pattern Storage.

How do I make my sewing patterns more durable?

Use a thicker material to trace onto to make it more durable and longer-lasting. I use a roll of paper from Ikea but you can use anything that you want or like to work with. What is this? Tip: If your paper is a little too thick to see through, tape your pattern to the window and then your paper over the top.

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