Are you still hooked up with your old jeans and do not want to leave them in spite of a hole? Retort to ways to repair/fix the hole in your jeans. Read on further and how to patch up jeans hole.

How To Patch Up Jeans Hole

Jeans are amongst the most loved casual attire. One little trivia about jeans is that once you have managed to establish a comfort level with a pair of jeans, you would continue to wear it despite of it fading or developing a hole. Once faded, you can use a pair of jeans as new, saying faded jeans are in. However, this correlation between you and your jeans can be intervened just by a small hole. In fact, most of us have faced the problem of having a hole in the particular pair of jeans that we are most comfortable in. A hole in your jeans could earlier mean abandoning it forever, but not so anymore. You can retort to ways to repair a hole in your jeans. Read on further on how to patch up jeans hole.
How to Fix a Hole in My Jeans
Materials Required
  • Straight Pins
  • Needle
  • Thread
  • Scissors
  • Iron
  • Iron-on Patch
  • Rush to a fabric store to get an iron-on patch for the hole. Look for a patch that is at least ½ inch larger than the hole.
  • Put the patch over the hole and pin it.
  • Now, follow the instructions on the package. Follow them to iron the iron patch on the jeans. Do it carefully, so that there is no room for error.
  • Just ironing a patch won’t do the trick. It requires a little more effort to rehash your good old pair of jeans to come out in a new look.
  • To reinforce the patch, fold the jeans level with one edge of the patch and whipstitch the edge of the patch to the jeans, making about 10 stitches per inch.
  • Pull the needle up through both layers of fabric, the jeans and the patch, with the needle at a slant that is just a few threads from the edge.
  • Loop the needle over the top of the edge, to the back side of the jeans.
  • When you reach the edge of the side, refold the jeans and continue to sew, until you complete all the three sides.
  • When all the three sides are done, tie the end with a knot and cut out the extra thread. Your good old jeans are back with a punch!! Get going!!

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