AMAZING SEWING TIPS AND TUTORIALS
Sometimes we forget that just by using some thread we can bring our favorite clothes back to life. If we’re a bit more experienced, we can even turn old clothes into new adorable fashion ones. Well, in this video I show you how.
I show you how to use any color thread to sew a hole in your clothes without the thread even being visible.
If your bra is too big, you can fix it with some thread. You simply sew the inside of one side of the bra to the other. This forces the bra cups to get closer together and it becomes a push-up bra.
Another create trick is to sew beautiful 3D designs on your shirts. For Christmas, take a cardboard piece and cut it in a circle. Then using knit, run it through your sweater and after your done cut it in the middle. This will create a beautiful wreath on your clothes.
If you have an old pair of jeans that are too big for you, don’t throw it away, because you can sew the sides and pull them together to re-adjust it.
Another great trick is to replace the zipper and the button on your jeans with a very thick elastic strap.
Watch until the end to find out ways to decorate your clothes and give them some color using embroidery art.
1:22 – Amazing sewing trick for beginners
2:56 – How to re-use old clothes
4:50 – How to tighten old jeans
5:53 – Adorable embroidery art
8:16 – Fun sleeve designs
10:18 – How to fix your old clothes
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