If you are a skater or dancer – or the parent of a skater or dancer – you need to carry a travel sewing kit with you on every trip – even if it’s just across town for a day competition.
Yes, this applies to you folks who think you cannot sew on a button. Safety pins and elastic can work miracles even for the sewing challenged. 😉
For those of you that do sew, you probably already have a home sewing room, and have a good idea as to what you might need in a travel sewing kit.
Never, ever expect that everything will go as planned. If something happens to your dress at the last minute, you need to have a travel sewing kit with you so you can fix the problem, at least temporarily.
Now that you’re convinced you need one, what do you put in your “save-the-day” travel sewing kit?
Watch this video for a list of the essential items, a few professional tips – and some possible emergency uses!
Best yet, I created a handy FREE download to keep on your computer or phone so you know what to pack or buy. So, there’s no need for note-taking.
Next I created a comprehensive list for those who are professional dressmakers or like to be prepared to help out dancers and skaters in need.
Lastly, for you non-sewers, I created a list with the bare essentials for your travel sewing kit so you’re not overwhelmed, yet you still get to come to the rescue with handy items.
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