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How to Refold a Pattern

Jun 15, 2017

Evamarie Gomez-Bostic and Carol Fresia; Videographer: Jeff Roos

In this video, learn the best method of folding a pattern back up to return it to its bag.

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  1. User avater TybieMom July 13th

    I just place cut and uncut pieces on top of one another and press flat with a dry iron. I then press new folds and it all goes back into the envelope. It has worked well for over 50 years!

  2. User avater cynthiabaxter June 20th

    For folding a stack of cut pieces, you can use a long ruler to create your folds - place it where you want your fold, hold it down, and fold the stack over against the ruler.

  3. user-6801685 June 20th

    Thats all well and good, but I have my pieces all cut and trimmed so I have all the pieces cut and pressed. I need a system to stack all the cut pieces and fold these to fit into the envelope.

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