As time made the use-and-throw culture more common, for fashion, this translated through the emergence of fast fashion and products that you only used for a few wears. They, therefore, lacked in quality. But recent years have had us find more useful ways to elongate the lives of our wardrobe and the easiest way to do that would not only be to fix minor flaws but also at-home ways to make your wardrobe sustainable. Here are a few learnable and easy skills that can help you do just that!MacramMacram is a textile-making technique that uses knotting as a primary form of creation. It can be made using cords of fabrics like of cotton, linen, hemp, jute and much more depending on your preference and the final product you are trying to achieve. Today, macram is an easily learnable craft technique and has helped many create businesses around macram products like bags, accessories, layered clothing and home decor.Image used for representational purposes only.CrochetLove the crochet pieces doing rounds on the runway and popular street-style pictures? You can make your very own crochet creations right at home and with sustainable materials. Crochet requires yarn or thread of any kind which is used to make crocheted pieces with the help of a hook. You can also use crochet to fix minor flaws at hems or add interesting details to any of your old pieces.Image used for representational purposes only.Hand EmbroideryHand embroidery is one of the most popular craft techniques out there, used to enhance the look and feel of a fabric or garment. You can use this to amp up the look of an old item of clothing or also cover up holes, tears or stains on clothing.Image used for representational purposes only.Natural DyeingWhile you may not want to make your own fabric from scratch, natural dyeing techniques can help re-dye older, stained pieces, in an attempt to use them again in new ways. You can easily dye garments at home with easily available natural dyes as well as things you can find in your kitchen like fruits and vegetables as well as flower waste.Image used for representational purposes only.