People who know how to sew are never limited to their wardrobe. Or the shelves in a store. Their hands can do miracles — they can make clothes themselves.
There’s a subreddit called r/Sewing, and it’s the place where these skilled craftsmen show off their work. We’re talking intricate wedding dresses, umbrella coats, and even cat ties! There’s plenty of surprises on this 372,000 member-strong sub.
“This is a community specifically for sewing including, but not limited to: machine sewing, embroidery, quilting, hand sewing, tapestry, patchwork, and help/suggestion threads,” they say in their ‘About’ section.
We at Bored Panda have handpicked some of the masterpieces these sewers have created, so continue scrolling and who knows, maybe the photos will inspire you to pick up a spool of thread yourself. Enjoy!