Digitization paper patterns: The safe way to store your pattern archive

Nightmares from your paper archive?

Prevent your archive from going up in smoke and make room in your studio by converting paper into bytes.

You don’t want to think about it, literally seeing your life’s work going up in smoke. You might think “that will not happen to me”. But do you also influence what the neighbor does?

And doesn’t it drive you a little crazy that you can grab that pencil again for every change?

The hassle with paper patterns

You don’t throw away your patterns… They are your creative children. You put your blood, sweat and tears into them.

But gradually it starts to get a bit out of control, all the paperwork with your creations from the past years. Where are you going to leave this season’s collection? Move house? In a storage factory?

Mwah, both not really a solution.

And fire or lack of space is not the only threat, how about:

That can be done differently: digitize your paper patterns

Let’s go digital! Have your paper patterns converted to digital patterns.

In just 5 steps, that shitload of paper turns into a few bytes. And you no longer have to redraw that pattern every time you want to change something.

This is how digitizing your paper patterns works

Et voilà

Within a few days you have digitized all your paper patterns and those filing cabinets can be placed on Ebay.

Easy peasy.

Does that really work?

Sure. The video below shows how digitizing your pattern archive works:

En dit zeggen anderen die al hun patronen hebben laten digitaliseren:

Ben jij de eerste?

the benefits of digital patterns

Having your pattern archive digitized will save you a lot of worries and annoyances.

Your patterns:

And you can’t throw coffee over a digital patterns.

Do you also want to digitize your pattern archive and get rid of that shitload of paper patterns?

Call or mail me.

Without obligation, you are not committed to anything.

I’m happy to tell you more about the possibilities of digitization.

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