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This guide will show you how to repair the ripped lining on a jacket and/or coat. Due to multiple uses, jackets and coats start to wear out and tear over time on lining. This will show people how to repair any tears that form on the lining of their jackets and/or coats. A lot of people deal with having to stop wearing their favorite jackets and coats due to tears. This guide can help repair those tears in minutes. Having to constantly throw out and buy new clothes because of rips can be expensive. By following these repair steps, this can help reduce peoples clothing consumption and clothes pollution. It will stop unwanted clothes from being found in landfills when thrown out.

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  1. Turn the jacket inside out. Turn the jacket inside out. Turn the jacket inside out.
    • Turn the jacket inside out.

  2. Put the thread through the needle hole. Use thread that is the same color as the material you are sewing.
    • Put the thread through the needle hole.

    • Use thread that is the same color as the material you are sewing.

  3. Take the two ends of the thread and knot them together. Take the two ends of the thread and knot them together. Take the two ends of the thread and knot them together.
    • Take the two ends of the thread and knot them together.

  4. Cut the excess thread off. Cut the excess thread off.
    • Cut the excess thread off.

  5. Push the needle through the fabric and pull it between the two threads to create a knot. This prevents the thread from sliding through the fabric as you are sewing. This prevents the thread from sliding through the fabric as you are sewing.
    • Push the needle through the fabric and pull it between the two threads to create a knot.

    • This prevents the thread from sliding through the fabric as you are sewing.

  6. Place one stitch on one side then place another one on the other side of the fabric. Make sure the stitches are parallel and evenly distributed or the seams will not look straight. Repeat this process until you have stitched down the length of the tear.
    • Place one stitch on one side then place another one on the other side of the fabric.

    • Make sure the stitches are parallel and evenly distributed or the seams will not look straight.

    • Repeat this process until you have stitched down the length of the tear.

  7. Pull the thread through. Pull the thread through.
    • Pull the thread through.

  8. Close the stitch. Close the stitch. Close the stitch.
    • Close the stitch.

  9. Cut off the excess thread off after securing the stitch. Cut off the excess thread off after securing the stitch.
    • Cut off the excess thread off after securing the stitch.

  10. This is the final product. This is the final product.
    • This is the final product.

결론

If you mess up on a stitch, you can always cut and pull it out and start all over again.

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