Thrifted Transformations | Ep. 34


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  1. Come on! I can't even wash my plate by hand.
    And you're talking
    about "de-seaming" the fabric
    and what-nots! 🤯🤯🤯

    You are so crafty and talented!

  2. This is too complicated, with that sewing skill, what is the point to thrift, she can very well just buy a piece of fabric and make anything from scratch.

  3. Dude i dont even have interest in transforming any clothes or learning how to, but just the fact that you can do it so perfectly and smoothly is addictive to me, its so satisfying!! Youre talented!

  4. *i do transformations myself but not as good as yours 😍 I've just discovered your channel and I want to see more 😊 I'll learn how to use a sewing machine one day and hope to be able to do some of the amazing things you do 😃

  5. This woman is awesome! I use to do this as a teen, i could never afford the pretty clothing so i would go into stores, see something i liked and try to duplicate it. I think i should start doing this again. I really enjoyed it.

  6. Wow that came out gorgeous! You have a good eye for fabrics! I can’t really sew yet but I’m learning a lot with you and will be doing some small projects very soon to get my confidence up lol. Thank you for sharing! 💕

  7. I love your channel. I’ve always wanted to do this kind of works since I was in grade school, but I don’t know how to sew in a machine or how to start a project. You’ve inspired me to love my childhood dream again. You’re such a talented angel. God bless you and more power.

  8. Sometimes I wonder if you should just buy fabric, haha. Would you really be doing much more work?

    …Seriously, though. Which steps does this save you? I'm honestly curious. Sometimes it seems like you take these pieces and rework them so thoroughly, the fabric is really all you appear to be in it for.


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