CCB Tech Articles: Donna’s Low Tech Tips, Clothing, April 16, 2018

April 16 2018

Clothing

 

Hi there!  It’s Donna and thank you for allowing me to come into your inbox.

Today, I’d like to touch on the subject of clothing.

 

Clothing in a closet is easier to find when it is organized. For example, garments may be separated by color, or casual                          clothes may be placed at one end of your closet and formal clothing placed at the opposite end.

Place matching outfits (for example a suit jacket, shirt, tie and slacks) on one hanger or several hangers tied together.

A variety of closet organizers and shelf units are available in hardware or department stores.

To identify clothing color, cut a geometric shape (from cardboard or plastic) to place over the hanger.

Put a large print and/or braille label on the geometric shape.

 

In order to distinguish one clothing item from another, look for differences in texture, style, type of buttons, collars, hems, etc.

 

If you have two pieces of clothing which are identical except for color, attach a small safety pin to the tag or label of one garment; sew one button or several buttons on the inside of a hem or a seam to identify colors.  (Small, flat buttons work best.)  Similarly, small braille clothing tags or an embroidery stitch can be placed on the underside of a garment to indicate color on similar designs of clothing.

 

That’s it from me for today and I hope that my tips are helpful.

 

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Have a super day and see you next week.

 

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