Repairs!

Let’s say you’ve gone and dropped your grandmother’s teapot, and while you’re aware this item will never be as good as new, and you probably won’t ever use it for tea again, this item holds memories you can’t discard. Or, you’re favorite outfit has a hole in the pant leg, or your hairpiece’s flower is coming apart, or maybe, it’s your best friend’s necklace you borrowed for that event last week, but the chain has come apart! For a reasonable price let me fix up your sentimental item with as much care as my own! I may not be able to fix all, but I will be able to give you a general idea if the item is fixable or not.

Plan to stay for a 5-10 minute discussion & quote when you drop off your piece to ensure details are noted so you will be satisfied results.

Pricing:
*Minimum 5 Dollar Charge*
Quote by Piece

Examples of Repairable Items:
-Broken/Tangled Jewelry
-Holey Pants, Socks & other Fabric items
-Ceramic, Pottery & Glass
-Wooden items including nick-knacks or furniture
-Shoes

(If you don’t have all the pieces, I may still be able to reconstruct it with other materials)

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Ruby Rose – Easy Cape Making!

Every Ruby adventure needs a cape!

What you will need:

  • 1/2 Sheet -1 Sheet if you require a larger cape!
  • Sewing Machine (You could hand-sew, but it may take a long time!)
  • Thread
  • Marking tool (Optional! I eyeballed it 😉 )

Instructions:

  • Measure shoulders and take off 8 inches (Example 38 inch shoulders = 30 inches Neckline)
-Take A sheet!
-Fold sheet in half and lay on a flat surface
-Cut Sheet, Fold sheet in half again and lay on flat surface
  • Mark a line two feet from the top
  • From the folded side of the sheet, measure and mark 1/2 the neckline width
– Sew a diagonal line from the corner of the open edge to the neckline mark made 2 Feet Down