In the midst of the very busy print on this shirt, a tiny hole was trying to hide itself. Got caught somewhere, I suppose. The busy design proved useful as inspiration to repair this hole - I just embroidered something on that was already there. In this case: a white lightning arrow. Read on to find out how to repair a hole in your t-shirt.
This backpack has been around since 2007, leaving some signs of wear here and there: the zipper was broken, the pleather had peeled off, the lining of the handle had come loose, and it had a bit of a hole on the side. Time for operation Repair Your Backpack!
While climbing trees someone's t-shirt got caught by a branch. Result: a tear in the back of this t-shirt. But you can easily repair a tear like this, it doesn't have to mean the end of your shirt. In this case, a very smiley dinosaur and a couple of embroidery stitches saved the day.
Many years ago the owner of this cute little handbag brought it back as a souvenir from South America. Ever since, this handbag has gone to many places, and seen many adventures. Such an intensive lifestyle did leave its marks: both on the front and the backa hole had appeared, and signs of wear were everywhere, threatening to become a new hole. Would Mémé Georgette be able to save the lot?
My youngest son is a real outside kid whose favourite hobby is to dig up worms. It goes without saying that a warm, waterproof coat is an absolute must during the cold winter months. His current coat is the same one as the one from last year, and has seen quite a few adventures. Time for an upgrade!
A while ago my husband found a pair of discarded gloves. They had holes in them: the seams of the thumbs were ripped, and the tips of both the index and middle finger were worn. Their original owner had given up on them, but I wouldn't let a pair of holes stop me. I took out some leftover embroidery floss, and got going with these worn gloves!