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The New Year is the Time to Actualize Sewing Business Dreams

Gold Star Tool offers affordable, well-made sewing and cutting supplies to make long-held ambitions come true.

LOS ANGELES, Dec. 28, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- The New Year symbolizes a fresh start for many Americans, regardless of if it's weight loss, going back to school, getting a promotion at work, or any other ideas that might be rattling around in our heads. Gold Star Tool, online store for Golden Cutting & Sewing Supplies, recognizes this fact and wants ambitious crafting and sewing enthusiasts all over the country to make 2013 the year their business dreams come true. The company is doing its part by providing a new line of fabric cutter machines in addition to its existing wares that are all affordable and long-lasting. This ensures that any sewing, fabric, or fashion commercial operation dreams aren't cost-prohibitive in this new year. Here, Gold Star Tool offers many ways to make money with a sewing or cloth cutting machine from its extensive inventory.

A first step is to set up a dedicated space for the business. This can be a clean, devoted corner of an apartment separated with a room divider, an extra room, or a studio space outside of the home if affordable. This is where consultations and meetings can take place. Simultaneously, the business owner will want to stock of on necessities to fill this space. Keep in mind that a well-stocked space is both impressive to look at and indicative of the garment worker's capabilities. This is where Gold Star Tool gets a chance to shine. From thread and scissors to steam iron presses and industrial end cutter machines, Gold Star Tool has it all at a rate way beneath that of any competitor. Plus, whether or not the new studio is in the home or an outside space, Gold Star Tool will ship it to anywhere in the US absolutely free, no matter the size of the order.

Once the studio is established, then the business can start taking off. The space will be used for its intended purpose; however, it also opens up the possibility of making money on the side from private lessons and teaching classes. This is a great way to supplement income; after all, the only thing necessary to teach is time and space. Some profit can also be made from selling the necessary tools to students. In this respect, teachers can use Gold Star Tool as a wholesaler. With free shipping and low-prices, instructors have the flexibility to offer supplies at whichever rate they choose.

A new collection in the Gold Star Tool store that increases the flexibility of a seamstress, tailor, designer, or crafter is the addition of sewing foots. With new Pfaff, Janome, Brother, and Singer sewing machine feet, a sewer could easily gather fabrics, hem, quilt, couch, make invisible seams, add zippers and buttons, and much more. Gold Star Tool's online store then extends this collection with high-shank, low-shank, and snap-on feet for industrial and other sewing machines. With Gold Star Tool, the possibilities are endless!

To browse Gold Star Tool's wares or purchase an item mentioned above, look around the company's site at www.goldstartool.com or call 800-868-4419.

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