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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: How to do darning with
I do not know what machine make and model this is.
But I darn the following way.
Iron onto the back of the hole/rip a piece of iron on mender in a similar colour and weight to your garment, allow just a centimetre extra around the rip. Try to bring the edges as close together and neatly as possible before ironing to attach the patch behind.
Now set the machine to a three step zig zag stitch, stitch width to the maximum and turn stitch length down to about .8 or so. Now sew over the rip/tear area fillling in the damaged area reversing back and forwards to cover the damage and a good margin around it. I use a colour matched thread if I can to make the stitching less obvious.
Posted on Mar 07, 2011
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