I've been subscribing to Burda's style/patten magazine for a little over four years now. I haven't actually sewn from very many of them, but I do enjoy looking through them and dreaming about what I might sew...if I could just get to it.
Anyway, early in the game I decided what I needed to do was copy out the two-page line drawing spread from each magazine and put them in page protectors in a 3 ring binder, so I could sit down and dream conveniently. I also emptied my kitchen of gallon zipper-seal bags to put the pattern sheets in, and filed the magazines in one set of bins and the pattern packages in another bin and cross-referenced with the binder. It worked. Sort of.
Fast forward to about last week, when I was copying the line drawings from a small backlog of magazines from the last few months. I decided it was annoying to have to look up both the filed zipper bag w/the patterns AND the filed magazine, so I could have both the patterns and the directions. I decided that I'd pull the instruction set out of the magazine, too, and put them in the bags with the patterns...I had to work with my short stapler a bit to staple the instruction pages together, but it was worth it.
I did that with the last two or three magazines that hadn't been filed yet, and then I thought it was a good idea so I started pulling the magazines/pattern sets out of the files; thinking that if I do a few a night, it'll eventually all get done.
After the second or third set, I kinda dropped the directions insert and cringed, expecting the pages to all fly apart.
It's all glued up.
Apparently, this is what one is SUPPOSED to do with those pages...pull them out of the magazine.