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I have a confession to make - I have no patience. Not at all. I don't like tedious work, I don't like taking my time, I want it done NOW! I have been working on it, but let's face it I've been this way for over thirty years, I don't think I am going to be able to make a drastic change any time soon.
My lack of patience really gets to me when I have a cut pattern. There is no way that I can fold up that pattern and put it back in that nice envelope. It just isn't going to happen for me. I know some of you can do it but not me.
I have seen several great ways of storing cut patterns in the past, some much bettter than mine. Everyone has a different way of doing it but I store mine in ziploc bags. I stick the envelope in the front of the bag with the picture facing out, that way I can easily identify it, and put the pattern pieces behind the envelope.
I really like this method. They are easy to store, and I don't have to worry about losing my pattern pieces.