I have not used Burda patterns before, so perhaps I do not know where to find this info. I am making dress “B” from pattern 7097. I have searched in vain on every pattern piece and on the envelope and instructions, but can’t tell for sure that the fabric is supposed to be folded with right sides together for cutting. I love this fabric and I haven’t anymore of it, so I don’t want to make a mistake. Can someone tell me: do I fold my fabric right sides together or wrong sides together? And for future reference, do Burda patternms just assume that you should always do it that way, or is there someplace to look on each pattern to be sure. TIA!
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