How to Save Money With your wardrobe!

Recently I started to work with a sewing machine!

I know, it’s something a little bit out of the usual, but I started to have sewing classes.

I love fashion, I love clothes, but it was just too expensive for me to buy all the things I love to wear!

I had no idea how to sow, but I went online, and a whole new world enfolded for me!

I can create my own clothes and save a huge amount of money!

If you are interested in giving this a go, you must check out some YouTube videos, and you’ll find all the information you need to start this project.

I had some lessons on sewing because I had no idea how to do it. However, if you have some experience in this area, you will probably won’t need it!

Make sure to find the right places for good fabrics, and you will end up with an original wardrobe, with high quality and unique design!

Make a budget with all the materials you’ll need, and you will see the amount of money that you are saving!

I hope these tips were helpful. Thank you so much for reading, and I’ll see you in my next post.

9 thoughts on “How to Save Money With your wardrobe!

  1. I have fond memories of Mom using a sewing machine as I grew up. She was a whiz with them, even the old fashioned ones. As much as I would like to use one, I would probably find myself in an Emergency Room with the doctors having to remove the thread, and possibly whatever I was sewing at the time, that I had somehow managed to get sewn into my hand, elbow, or foot in some weird way that would amuse the E. R. staff and no doubt go viral as somebody would get it on their phone. The only saving grace is they would probably not show my name or face.

  2. You are welcome. Mom has passed away in 1997, but seeing your post made me think of the many times she would pull out the sewing machine and work the kind of wonders you mentioned. We were poor, but Mom could take fabrics from the TG&Y or fabric store and turn them into clothes, pillows, etc. that were as good as what she could find in the store. As the youngest, I got hand-me-downs although my middle brother managed to destroy enough clothes that I had a fair chance of getting new clothes or at least something from the thrift stores when that happened.

  3. You are welcome. I look forward to reading more of your posts now that I found your blog. I am on a tight budget although I do splurge on eating out, but counter it by using their Wi-Fi access to do a lot of my blogging. They like having me there as it reduces the odds of the place being robbed. It also saves me on my heating and cooling bill as well. I figure I save more than the cost of what I spend eating there.

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