Tap into your creativity, whether you love to sew or would rather try your hand at something new. Kits for embroidery beading, fabric block printing, and even fabric dying are available. By learning to hand bead, dye your fabric, or even bedazzle a pair of shoes, you’re opening a new world of sewing and crafting possibilities for tote bags, hats, fabrics like muslin and more!
When an outfit needs a little style boost, accessories come to the rescue. What do we do when our accessories fall flat? For most, old accessories get thrown out and then replaced. By upgrading your accessories, you can make them last longer, and they’ll be uniquely yours.
Make the most out of your accessories by using Mood’s specially crafted kits and bundles to give them a facelift. Let’s be real, we all have accessories that seem dated or worn out. Take inspiration from our kit bundles to elevate ones you already own or use this as your motivation to take accessories to new heights. Upgrade your existing accessories using beading, fabric block printing, or fabric dyeing with items you have in mind, or with premade kits that make getting started much easier and less stressful.
After you add some extra flair to the accessories you already have, you don’t have to stop there. Try out Mood’s Sewing kits, designed with all the basic supplies needed to get each project completed from beginning to end. Create your own accessories like slippers and a sleepwear mask for a peaceful night’s rest.
While the kits and bundles cycle quite quickly in and out of stock, there are kits available to help with other sewing and crafting projects. They are a great addition to your sewing arsenal, like our recycled thread bundle with three thread sets of different color schemes for different sewing techniques, ranging from hand sewing to machine sewing. After thread, another basic sewing tool for any sewist is a good set of shears, and if you spring for the oil slick scissor set you’ll get shears, embroidery scissors, flat headpins, and a project journal to map or sketch out your next accessory upgrades.
Just like learning to sew, the opportunities surrounding your accessories are endless. Adding new colors and elements and even deconstructing old pieces to turn them into something new is a unique way to add your style to your accessories. Inspiration doesn’t always strike, so if you need a little extra creative help, consider this post as your dose of creative help.