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[title] Stack and pin the sheet material
[* black] Stack the sheet material in the following order, from the bottom up:
[* red] One sheet of ***interface material***.
[* orange] One sheet of ***cotton fabric***, with the front side ***facing up***.
[* orange] The second sheet of ***cotton fabric***, with the front side ***facing down***.
+ [* icon_note] The orientation of the fabric only matters if you're using a printed fabric that has a distinct front and back. In this stack, the front sides should be ***facing each other***. I'm using plain fabric with no particular orientation, so both sides are the same.
[* red] The second sheet of ***interface material***.
- [* yellow] The cut out ***pattern***, facing up.
-[* icon_note] The orientation of the fabric only matters if you're using a printed fabric that has a distinct front and back. In this stack, the front sides should be ***facing each other***. I'm using plain fabric with no particular orientation, so both sides are the same.
-[* green] ***Insert pins*** through all the layers of the stack. Make sure there are no wrinkles or bunches, and that the pattern does not extend past any of the edges.
+ [* yellow] The cut ***pattern***, facing up.
+[* green] ***Insert pins*** through all the layers of the stack. Make sure there are no wrinkles or bunches, and that the pattern does not extend beyond any of the edges.