Bel has over 20 years experience in dressmaking, alterations, and customisations.
Specialising in upcycling, she runs her own label Leftover Threads that creates everything from festival wear to floor cushions. “Wardrobe Surgery” is one of her most popular services where she transforms ill-fitting garments into new pieces. She also does upholstery, blind and curtain making. Her studio is based at Enterprise Point just off the Lewes road in Brighton.
The Cycling Seamstress. Alterations and repairs
20+years Alterations experience and 30+years sewing. Not only technically skilled but has a good eye for detail, what flatters and suits clients, and as a fashion historian can advise on vintage styling too. Based in Newhaven with sea views and plenty of free parking!
Call: 07766103039 Email: [email protected]
Tailors - Buddy's
Described as 'excellent' by a current student, Buddy's offer tailoring and clothing alterations, and have celebrity clients!
Recently moved to the first floor of Fabric land, 76 Western Rd, Brighton, West Sussex, BN1 2HA. 01273 205121
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