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    the easier route to go for beginners

    What do you think this "to go" means here? "to try or start"?

    38)Cushions make the sofa more comfortable. Creating a cushion from your old Tshirts or sweaters is a fun project.
    (B) Pick your fabric. Sweaters are soft and comfortable.Tshirts are a fun idea as well, because you can draw pictures on them. Whichever fabric you choose, make sure that you are okay with cutting it.
    (A) On the fabric of your choice, draw a shape of the cushion you want to make. Square shapes may be the easier route to go for beginners. Cut out two separate squares along the line.
    (C) After that, face them backwards to each

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    Re: the easier route to go for beginners

    Quote Originally Posted by keannu View Post
    What do you think this "to go" means here? "to try or start"?

    38)Cushions make the sofa more comfortable. Creating a cushion from your old Tshirts or sweaters is a fun project.
    (B) Pick your fabric. Sweaters are soft and comfortable.Tshirts are a fun idea as well, because you can draw pictures on them. Whichever fabric you choose, make sure that you are okay with cutting it.
    (A) On the fabric of your choice, draw a shape of the cushion you want to make. Square shapes may be the easier route to go for beginners. Cut out two separate squares along the line.
    (C) After that, face them backwards to each
    I would say "to take", "to try".

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