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    Quote Originally Posted by HappyBovine View Post
    I haven't done any sewing in a long time, but I used to use cheap interfacing to trace patterns, especially ones I knew I would reuse a lot.
    Sweet thanks

    Quote Originally Posted by TaylorMade View Post
    Haha I'm the worst, I just print patterns off on my printer on A4 paper then just cut them out & use them.
    I thought about doing that too but im too OCD for that lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by CompletelySavvy View Post
    Can someone tell me the best way to copy a pattern ready for use? I was just going to use baking paper?
    I trace into baking paper from the print out. I don't like to cut up my original on case I want to make it again in a bigger size. Then I use the baking paper to pin to the fabric and roller cutter it all out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MadeWithLove View Post
    I trace into baking paper from the print out. I don't like to cut up my original on case I want to make it again in a bigger size. Then I use the baking paper to pin to the fabric and roller cutter it all out.
    This is what I do use a sharpie n the cheaper paper works better! I race a new set for different sizes

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    Quote Originally Posted by A-Squared View Post
    What brand and model? What furnishings do you make with it? I just got 2 quotes back for curtains and they are ex.pen.sive! So I want to make my sheer ones. Will probably use linen sheers
    Sorry I only just saw this. I think it's a brother one, but I used to have one of their imitation singer brand ones and I used that for some of the curtains as well. Both did it just fine. I made tab top block out curtains with heavy fabric I found at spotlight.

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    An outfit for my DD for the cooler weather coming through 😊ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1426068209.019659.jpg

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    That's really cute

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    Handsewn for a cot mobile. Pleased with the end result but can see areas for improvement.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CompletelySavvy View Post
    Handsewn for a cot mobile. Pleased with the end result but can see areas for improvement.
    Oh that is very cute

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    Quote Originally Posted by CompletelySavvy View Post
    Handsewn for a cot mobile. Pleased with the end result but can see areas for improvement.
    So cute!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CompletelySavvy View Post
    Handsewn for a cot mobile. Pleased with the end result but can see areas for improvement.
    That is lovely

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