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Back in the day, sewing was seen as an old ladies job. But thanks to DIY projects, the practice will be stitched back. If you haven't sewn, there are many reasons for you to start.
1. It relieves stress.
Focusing on a single task (like trying to sew straight with a sewing machine) can actually be a good way to wind down after a long and stressful day. It helps to calm you down and ease your mind, but at the same time you are still productive. Just don't tire yourself out by doing more projects than you can handle in a day.
2. It is a way to spend quality time with the family.
What better way to start sewing than to engage the whole family? You can try to come up with a project with your daughters; start with something simple - how about sewing missing buttons on the clothes? Once you have connected them, you can move on to something more ambitious - sew new pillows, make your own clothes, etc.
3. It lets you get your creative juices flowing.
You can do any project that tickles your good looks, provided you have the materials to do it. If you are thinking about designing all your clothes, move on. The great thing about sewing is that you can come up with many different projects, so you will never get bored.
4. It can help you save money.
Instead of buying new clothes, how should you try to make your own? There is so much you can do even with an old plain t-shirt. Many DIY blogs can help you with this if you are unsure what to do. You can even change your clothes instead of paying to have them changed. Overtime, you will realize that you spend less than you used to.
5. And it can help you make money too.
This may be your goal in the long run. Once you have taken care of sewing and you have been able to improve your knowledge, consider starting a business. If you've done a couple of DIY projects involving clothes, how should you go the extra mile and sell them? If business is good, you can branch out and include other products such as bags and scarves.
6. It has health benefits.
A study sponsored by HSA showed that sewing (whether you're a professional or a beginner) helps reduce heart rate and blood pressure, so you can relax while you're productive.
7. It lets you make your own clothes.
This benefit cannot be stressed enough. If you have become frustrated by a dress that doesn't fit right or a shirt that doesn't quite fit your expectations, you can actually take things into your own hands - literally.
8. It provides many learning opportunities.
There is an endless list of things you can learn about sewing. The different stitches do not begin to cover the world of big sewing. There are many techniques you must learn and even when you are running one, there is another challenge that comes to you.
9. It's a great hobby.
Everyone needs a hobby, and sewing will definitely keep you busy even on the most vacant days. As I have mentioned several times, it is a productive hobby, and you feel pretty good about yourself with every project you complete.
10. It's something to burn for.
Nothing helps you become more confident than doing a good job at something you are passionate about. Every sewing project is a good job.