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Saturday, 6 October 2012

Sunday, 19 February 2012

setting up made to measure service

this has been planned from long time but now needs to go to stage 2 and be implemented.
tailoring is very hard and demanding job, specially the made to measure.
watch the videos and read the comments and leave feed back if you are interested in this service
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KEuksk-CcO4
here is some of the other activty on the web site and the forum
if you are interested in buying the perfect stitched suit with full knowildge and feed back then this is the perfect solution
http://www.forum.jansewingsolutions.com/index.php?topic=307.0
http://www.forum.jansewingsolutions.com/index.php?topic=308.0
http://www.forum.jansewingsolutions.com/index.php?topic=309.0

Tuesday, 24 January 2012


















I am sure you will all agree that these are are beautiful collection of clothing.
Many of us will aspire to have these in our wardrobe. I am sure there will be some who are fortunate enough to have the means to purchase these, but what about the masses who don't.
The price of garments like these will set you back quite a bit. But then its not just the price that you have to be weary of.
Many of these outfits are classy items which you would wear to a function or a special occasion
For that, I would always recommend investing in the ready mades.
What about the casual wear. The clothes we wear day to day. We all love to wear nice and different and really none of us are happy with what we have in our wardrobes.
My idea would be to to leave the run of the mill ready cut suits and learn to put together your own styles. Choose the colours and fabrics based on ideas and images of designs like these.
Adapt them to your size and coordinate them to your liking. Learn the techniques of piecing together to form your own style.
Start small project and work up. The feeling is amazing when you accomplish.
Try and pick 1 or 2 outfits from this selection and sewing it. Then show off wearing it and you wont feel bad when you get rid of it and make a couple more. It will only cost you a fraction of what you would pay for the ready made.
Best of luck and talk again soon
Jan