3 hand sewing mending techniques
Hand sewing mending techniques replaces the need of a sewing machine. Sewing machines cost money and time to learn how to operate them so consider mending your clothes by hand. It feels time consuming but a favorite record or TV show helps what seems like a tedious task just fly by. We recommend hand sewing for small products and then moving on to larger products once you feel more comfortable.
These go-to hand sewing mending techniques make mending clothes a breeze,
Easy Hand sewing techniques
I taught my sister this simple stitch which she used to mend a broken mini duffel. The versatile and easy stitch works up diagonal and mostly used two join to pieces of fabric together or an L shape tear.
Slip stitch creates a seamless join by sewing on the wrong side on the fabric by using a small fold. This type of hand sewing mending technique creates an invisible seam and is mostly used by tailors. Access an helpful tutorial.
Resembling the stitch seen on fabric ran through a machine, this hand sewing mending technique’s strength make it ideal for fixes in heavy fabric.
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