If you wear makeup, you likely buy disposable makeup remover pads all the time. Not only are you spending money on something you will use for a few minutes and then throw away, the product ultimately ends up in the landfill. Learn more about how to make reusable ones here!
Dryer sheets have chemicals and perfumes that transfer from your clothes, sheets, and towels to your body, and some of these can irritate certain skin types. Moreover, traditional single-use dryer sheets cost money and end up in the landfill, where they take years to break down.
Colorblocking pillows are an easy DIY sewing machine project to add accent colors to couches and chairs. Mix and match colors and fabrics to keep a rotating variety of colors and patterns to match the season, holiday, or your preferences.
Is finding jobs to grow your independent sewing business something you struggle with? Many people need clothing repairs, custom jobs, alterations, and custom items such as hats, bags, etc. To connect with them, you need to have and know how to use the right advertising tools to target the audience you want.
Sewing clothes and other things used to be a trying chore in years gone past, especially before the sewing machine. Today, sewing is a creative, relaxing hobby that many enjoy. Perhaps you have thought of trying it but don’t know where to start. Learn more here!
Like hand sewing, sewing machines rely on sewing needles. There are a dizzying array of sewing needles in different sizes and shapes. So much variety and so many options can be a bewildering challenge for anyone looking to buy their first needles. Just as difficult as threading the actual needle!
National Sewing Month celebrates and recognizes the creative joy and self-expression of sewing that millions do year-round. Across the nation, there is a sort of “open house” of bloggers, online stores, retailers, individuals, and schools that use the month to renew interest, hold sales, inspire and be inspired, expand their knowledge, and celebrate this fine craft.
Now that it is National Sewing Month, how do we celebrate?! With a giveaway of course! Here at GoldStar Tool we are taking our love for sewing and celebrating our loyal customers with 20 $50 gift cards to GoldStar Tool!
GoldStar Tool and Labor Day have one thing in common: we like to celebrate the contributions and achievements of our hardworking Americans! From September 1, 2021, to September 7, 2021, we will celebrate the hard work with an end of the summer sale of 5% off the entire site (exclusions apply).
There’s nothing more frustrating than hitting your stride only to have to stop and re-thread a needle. While it’s not a fun experience, it’s good to know you’re in good company with this struggle. There are a few common reasons this might be happening that are worth considering.
Putting craft skills to good use is always enjoyable. Whether you’re firing up a sewing machine to create apparel or designing accessories from fabric scraps, getting creative is a personal experience.
No, a regular sewing machine just won’t get the job done to knit fabrics. Fortunately, there are many more suitable options out there to consider that can help you create outstanding results! Learn more here!
Creating fun and fresh looks comes down to a few simple DIY upholstery tricks that are more manageable than you might have imagined. So put the sewing machine away and pick up a staple gun instead. Whether you’re hoping to recover a chair, a headboard, or a bench, the following tricks will make the process a breeze.
This DIY bib doesn’t take long to create and promises to be a lifesaver. It’s so simple to create that you might find yourself tempted to design an entire collection. In fact, making a bunch of bibs this way doesn’t even require a sewing machine if you’re not comfortable using one!
This DIY messenger bag is a great addition to your accessory lineup when it’s time to swap out work pajamas for business casual once again. If you have a sewing machine at home, it’s simple to create an eye-catching messenger bag that will keep you organized and moving with ease as you head back to work.