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Sew Sustainably

By investing in high-quality sewing supplies and versatile materials, you’re cutting down on non-recyclable items. These small changes can contribute to conserving natural resources, supporting fair labor practices, and so much more.

SINGER® cares about the earth, and we want to share some of our best hacks and inspiration for sewing sustainably

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Plant growing out earth

By investing in high-quality sewing supplies and versatile materials, you’re cutting down on non-recyclable items. These small changes can contribute to conserving natural resources, supporting fair labor practices, and so much more.

 

SINGER® cares about the earth, and we want to share some of our best hacks and inspiration for sewing sustainably. 

 

Upcycled Denim

 

In this blog, we’ll be sharing some inspiring sewists that sew sustainably by regularly upcycling their creations! Keep reading for more on new sewing projects, tips and tricks, and more from Daniel of Zero Waste Daniel on Instagram, and Friend of SINGER®, Jessica Shaw.

 

Using Scraps for Projects

Scrap busting isn’t just popular on Instagram, it’s also considered the best way to create ethically. Most of us have a fabric stash of pieces that are too small to make a project solely out of that material, but also too big to throw away. Consider making a quilt by piecing these swatches together, or make a smaller, fashionable accessory like a face mask.




 

Zero Waste Coasters

 

We celebrate Earth Day everyday! We're excited to partner with Zero Waste Daniel on this creative coaster project he created using only fabric scraps! Check out the project and how you can create your own sustainable coasters in this video. To get the most out of this sewing experience, sew on our Heavy Duty sewing machines. These machines can sew through almost anything--including layers of scrap fabric! 


 

Romper from Olde Tablecloth


Enjoy some fun in the sun with this sustainable romper! Sew along with Jessica Shaw, and create a new garment from an old tablecloth. Sew on a mechanical sewing machine when constructing this simple project.