Be honest, you have a pile of mending to do, don't you?•
Posted on March 15 2023
I, like many of us, have a big ole pile of things to mend. Well-worn socks with the bottoms blown out, my kids busting holes in every knee of their pants, scissor mishaps because toddlers, fiber-eating beasts like c*rpet beetles or m*ths (ugh).
There are a lot of ways to mend things, depending on the fabric, the damage type & size, the use for the garment, etc.
One way with with a widdle loom that makes widdle woven patches. Mine is called a Speedweve, and it's just right for lots of things that you want a visible-mended look for.
I have several holes to mend in a sweater, and here's a video of me patching one of the holes with my Speedweve mini loom.
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