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Great way to make extra money if you've got some sewing skills. May as well put the sewing machine to work making money!

Great way to make extra money if you've got some sewing skills. May as well put the sewing machine to work making money!

Love this idea for fixing holes in jeans--a great way to showcase some easy needleweaving. #weaving

Love this idea for fixing holes in jeans--a great way to showcase some easy needleweaving. #weaving

Boro is the Japanese term for textiles that have been mended and patched over and over to keep them in use. Beautiful!

Boro is the Japanese term for textiles that have been mended and patched over and over to keep them in use. Beautiful!

10 Clothing Fixes That Everyone Should Know (Tutorials): How to Sew on a Button, How to Mend a Ripped Seam, How to Repair a Broken Zipper, Replace a Missing Zipper Pull, Use Vinegar to Remove Stains, How to Replace a Drawstring, Video: Patch a Hole in Jeans, Mend a Torn Lining, How to Hem Pants, Video: How to Hem Jeans, How to Hem a Shirts, How to Make a Dress Larger.

10 Clothing Fixes That Everyone Should Know (Tutorials): How to Sew on a Button, How to Mend a Ripped Seam, How to Repair a Broken Zipper, Replace a Missing Zipper Pull, Use Vinegar to Remove Stains, How to Replace a Drawstring, Video: Patch a Hole in Jeans, Mend a Torn Lining, How to Hem Pants, Video: How to Hem Jeans, How to Hem a Shirts, How to Make a Dress Larger.

Boro is the age old Japanese art of mending textiles and is literally translated as rags or scraps of cloth. As far back as the 17th century, peasants, merchants and artisans would patch up clothing and quilts using scraps of old kimonos or hemp fabric, making the garment last long enough to be passed down through generations. Sashiko is a form of embroidery, usually a running stitch, and is literally translated to little stabs. It’s sturdy method makes is ideal for boro and perfect for…

Boro is the age old Japanese art of mending textiles and is literally translated as rags or scraps of cloth. As far back as the 17th century, peasants, merchants and artisans would patch up clothing and quilts using scraps of old kimonos or hemp fabric, making the garment last long enough to be passed down through generations. Sashiko is a form of embroidery, usually a running stitch, and is literally translated to little stabs. It’s sturdy method makes is ideal for boro and perfect for…

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