A Great Gift For the Seamstress in Your Life: The Refashion Handbook $10 Sale


One of the best ways to learn to sew, is transforming thrift store clothes into something more modern. Not only is it much more cost friendly than buying new fabric, but you can do your part to help keep so many textiles from ending up in the landfills around the world.

If you’re looking for something earth-friendly to give to a seamstress (or wannabe seamstress) in your life this holiday season, then The Refashion Handbook just might be the gift for you. And it’s only $10 right now (that’s more that 50% off.)  🙂

My book, The Refashion Handbook, is filled with ideas and step-by-step instructions on how to refashion ill-fitting, outdated clothes into more modern pieces. I had so much fun creating this book for you and then C&T Publishing flew me down to California for the final photo shoot at a ranch right next to George Lucas’s ranch. Had to pinch myself!

It was a beautiful day for photos and I loved working with such creative people.

Here are a few of my favorite AFTER shots from the book:

The photographer called the next two pictures my “Martha Stewart” photos. And….I’m totally fine with that. 🙂

I REALLY love how this next dress was transformed.

In The Refashion Handbook, you will also find out how these dresses morphed into something more wearable along with 16 more refashioning projects, and sewing instructions:

                                

Thank you in advance for supporting The Renegade Seamstress by purchasing

The Refashion Handbook.

Click here or on any of the photos or links on this page to buy a book.

Sale ends on Sunday, December 3, 2017.

I hope your holidays are filled with love, friends and family!

Happy Sewing!

Beth

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About The Renegade Seamstress

I'm a busy wife, mom, grandma, and teacher who loves to create. I've joined the refashion scene and I 'd like to share and connect with all those talented and creative people out there doing similar things.
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12 Responses to A Great Gift For the Seamstress in Your Life: The Refashion Handbook $10 Sale

  1. fran.siejk12w@verizon.net says:

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  2. Laura Long says:

    I have this book and I can attest it is worth every penny! (Even when it is not on sale!!)

  3. Diana says:

    I enjoyed reading this book very much! It’s nice to see someone out there who does not follow rules or traditional techniques. Terrific job!

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  6. I received my book the other day and I’m loving it so much. I encourage anyone who doesn’t have one to pick up a copy!

  7. Marianna Ziegler says:

    Hello Beth,

    I’d like to buy the Refashion Handbook and it’s still pricing at $24.95. Is there a coupon code I’m missing as I’d like to take advantage of this $10.00 sale.

    Thanks, Marianna

    Virus-free. http://www.avg.com

    On Sun, Nov 26, 2017 at 11:00 AM, The Renegade Seamstress wrote:

    > The Renegade Seamstress posted: “One of the best ways to learn to sew, is > transforming thrift store clothes into something more modern. Not only is > it much more cost friendly than buying new fabric, but you can do your part > to help keep so many textiles from ending up in the landfills ar” >

  8. Marianna Ziegler says:

    Hello Beth,

    I ended up downloaded your book to my Kindle. Love your hat and cap patterns. 🙂

    Thanks! Marianna

    On Sat, Dec 23, 2017 at 11:15 AM, Marianna Ziegler wrote:

    > Hello Beth, > > I’d like to buy the Refashion Handbook and it’s still pricing at $24.95. > Is there a coupon code I’m missing as I’d like to take advantage of this > $10.00 sale. > > Thanks, > Marianna > > > Virus-free. > http://www.avg.com > > > > On Sun, Nov 26, 2017 at 11:00 AM, The Renegade Seamstress comment-reply@wordpress.com> wrote: > >> The Renegade Seamstress posted: “One of the best ways to learn to sew, is >> transforming thrift store clothes into something more modern. Not only is >> it much more cost friendly than buying new fabric, but you can do your part >> to help keep so many textiles from ending up in the landfills ar” >>

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