How To Patch a Hole In Jeans - Clothes Doctor

How To Patch a Hole In Jeans

Who doesn't wish they could give new life to their old favourite jeans by mending and customising the holes? We got you! Watch our episode and learn how to repair a hole in your denim with a patch.
Chris & Ellie will show you how to do this using two different patch fabrics and types of stitching.
Keeping it simple with a vintage look & feel, they will firstly do a denim patch with a matching cotton to blend; after they will add a pop of colour to a different hole and secure the denim with radiating stitching to give it some vibrance.  
Now, get started and have fun bringing new life to your denim. Make sure to tag us on Instagram with your vibrant and colourful repairs so we can see how you are refreshing your wardrobe during the lockdown!
Want to start your mending & repair tools collection? Grab yourself our Darning Needle Setwhich includes a collection of the essential needles that you'll need to darn holes in all types of fabric, plus a simple guide so you can get darning with confidence. 
Got a repair job that's getting out of hand? Our seamstresses will sort you out. Here's how the Clothes Doctor repair services work...
1. Get a quote. Browse through our repair service to see our prices for an array of repairs or alterations, and let us know what you need by requesting a quote from our team.
2. Send your items for repair. Join the movement and prevent your clothing from ending up in landfill. If you're UK-based, just pop your garments in a jiffy bag and self ship to our team, or choose to get a CollectPlus label. We'll take good care of them!
3. We'll deliver. 7-10 days later, your revived clothes will be delivered to the comfort of your home. Congrats! You've just joined the Clothes Doctor revolution to embrace a more sustainable wardrobe.
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