- Twitter was left buzzing after a man shared pics of his amazing craft
- The man uses a sewing machine to make high-quality car seat covers
- Many twitter users who were very impressed asked for quotations
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A South African man became the talk of the town after some images of him working on car seat covers went viral on Twitter. In the pictures, he can be seen hard at work creating the seat masterpieces.
The very impressive tweet, which was posted by Twitter user, @LaDumezulu, was accompanied by a caption in which the user brags about the kinds of skills one can find in the Hammanskraal area.
"Some of the skills you can find phakathi inside of Temba/Hammanskraal," he wrote.
Twitter users who were clearly impressed by both the before and after pictures of the exquisite seat covers, liked the post over three thousand times. They also retweeted the post over a thousand times.
Many of them were so impressed that they made requests to buy the seat covers. Others however just shared a number of well-deserved compliments in the full comments section. Read some of those comments below.
"Pricing does it include material and how long does whole car usually take, seat only?"
"Do they do re-upholstery only or also new furniture?"
"This is great. Its good to see young peeps doing things for themselves."
Meanwhile in other Briefly.co.za hustler news, a South African woman recently took to the socials to share a picture of her hard-earned money. The motivational post features a picture of the money that is neatly stacked in each denomination.
Accompanied by the picture, the lady, whose handle is @Zamanduli_N, explains how she came about the money. According to her, she had spent all day selling all sorts of foods and snacks at a sports ground.
Twitter users who witnessed Zamanduli's successful hustle were left nothing short of inspired by her hard work and determination and reacted to the inspirational post over 18 000 times. Besides retweeting it 1 800 times, they also shared numerous comments beneath it.
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