When you are brand new in business you are tempted to say yes to everybody because you want to have a good reputation so people will do business with you. It seems like a good strategy but it can also eat into your profits and break the bank. You need to choose your charity wisely and don't be afraid to say "no thank you".
Lately, I've been working like a mad woman on my attic as we work toward converting it to a sewing studio. The biggest challenge I am facing right now is ALL THE FABRIC. Oh my, I did not realize how much I had accumulated over the years. Then there is still more fabric at the studio I currently rent. I have to come up with a plan to fit it all in the attic with room to spare.
To find inspiration for the "plan" I have been cruising Pinterest and came up with a few ideas. So I am going to list my plan below so I don't forget how I plan to tackle all this fabric.
There is a great many tutorials and videos out there on the web that show you how to hem jeans. There is one particular method that I take issue with. It involves using the original hem, cutting and reattaching it. First, it doesn't work well with flared jeans. Second, I've tried it and seems like way more work than just hemming the jeans and I don't like the result at all.
To successfully duplicate the original hem in a pair of jeans you need a few supplies: