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Old 08-11-2011, 06:27 AM   #1
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How does the trimsies having different snap set up on opposite sides help fold it up?

I have the pattern plus one already made by someone else. As I read through the pattern it says you can put the snaps on opposite directions on each side to make it easier to fold up when out and use up the snaps more evenly ( ex. sockets on body/ studs on tabs on left and studs on body/sockets on tab on right side). I tried to figure out how this snap set up will make it able to be folded up but cannot figure it out. Anyone do this that can show me?

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Old 08-11-2011, 07:14 AM   #2
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Re: How does the trimsies having different snap set up on opposite sides help fold it

From what I see on the picture in the pattern, you have to kind of fold one side back on itself a little bit so the snaps are on the underside of the tab to line up with the snaps on the other tab.
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Thanks! That is probably it, just seems a little awkward. I thought was some way to ball it up nice like you can with sposies but probably not possible.
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