Friday, November 6, 2015

Dressmaking 101 (part 2 of 2)
If you are just starting to learn dressmaking, then start with simple and easy projects.  Then gradually increase the difficulty of the projects that you are making.  There are beginner patterns which you can follow.  Dressmakers do not only follow patterns, they could also make their own patterns or custom-made clothes for different kind of customers, like the disabled, historical costumes, and those who have a different kind of fashion sense.  

Dressmaking and sewing have a lot of benefits.  The good thing is you would not always be wearing clothes that most of the population wear.  You could make your own clothes based on what color and pattern best work for your body.  You do not have to rely what’s on the store’s clothing racks.

Aside from your wardrobe, it could also be the same for your home decorations and furnishings.  You would be able to make your own curtain, throw pillows, tablecloths and other things.  The good thing is the things you have sewn could actually be better since you could pay more attention to its detail and could meet your standards and needs.  Aside from that, you do not have to go to dressmakers, or even worse throw your clothes, just for repairs and alterations.

Many dressmakers and hobbyist would say that sewing has a calming and relaxing effect.  They also attest that it can even boost their confidence and sense of accomplishment especially if people would comment on how great their products are.  Creative outlets, whether it is music, literature or fashion, can be both enjoyable and challenging.

Although dressmaking and sewing comes with a price, that is equipment and maintenance, it still beats the long-term benefits you would have.  Think about the money that you have spent on clothes that do not show who you really are and flatter your figure.

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