Gold Star Tool is dedicated to providing our customers with top of the line equipment, in order for them to be able to pursue their passion in fashion. Whether you are a tailor, a fashion designer, or a beginner in the apparel world, having great sewing machine supply is key. Our website has a wide selection of different sewing machines, from big brands like Juki, New-Tech, Brother, Siruba, and more! Did you know that we also have sewing machine parts for sale? In this blog post, we will tell you some of the important parts that make up a great machine.
Tagging guns are extremely beneficial, especially if you are a fashion designer or have a retail store. Selling many items can seem hectic, but with a fine tagging gun you can easily keep track of all of your items and what you price them at. Continue reading this blog post to find out why you should purchase Gold Star Tool’s pricing guns today.
While there are hundreds of different types of sewing machines out there, there is one that is important to obtain if you sew often. That is the Juki DDL 8700-7 straight stitch sewing machine! Yes, most of your stitchings should be sewn straight, which is why this machine is probably the most useful one for your designs. To find out more about this machine and commercial sewing supplies, keep reading this blog!
Whether you are a fashion designer, a clothing tailor, or one just beginning to sew, an industrial sewing machine is the right purchase for you. Having a professional machine from Gold Star Tool will allow you to expand your knowledge with the world of sewing, and hopefully grow your business that you have or aspire to have. A great sewing machine should always come well-equipped with an industrial sewing machine table. Continue reading to find out why a table will help you tremendously.
Many people make the common mistake of using normal scissors for their sewing creations. Although this can get the job done, there is nothing that Gold Star Tool’s professional tailoring shears can’t work with. In this blog, we will explain the clear differences between the two, and why you should make the switch if you are working in fashion or the garment industry.