Are you ready to learn how to fix distressed jeans that ripped too much?
Whether your holes came from simply washing them or you accidentally karate kicked your way through the rips when putting them on this tutorial will show you how easy it is to fix them.
And fixing your jeans, rather than simply throwing them out is a great idea because:
- You get the extend the life of the jeans you love and already know fit you
- You don’t have to buy new ones and add to the fast fashion waste that’s already going on in the world
- You can have a positive impact on the environment!
So a huge congratulations and thank you to you!
How to Fix Holes in Jeans without a patch
Lots of sewing tutorials out there will show you how to repair the holes in your jeans using a patch.
I don’t like that.
I want my jeans to look like they did when I bought them (ie with those little white strings going across the hole).
That’s why in this tutorial we will NOT be using a patch.
Supplies You’ll need to repair the holes in your jeans
This list is super short. All you need for this project is:
- Stretchy Thread (usually used for shirring)
- Needle Threader (Optional)
- Small Piece of Cardboard (Optional)
Once you have your supplies together, it’s time to get sewing!
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How to Fix Jeans That Ripped Too Much
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