Darn: Alexis' Jeans

Visible Mending Method: Love this idea for fixing holes in jeans--a great way to showcase some easy needleweaving.

How to mend/repair denim using Japanese sashiko embroidery

DIY Sashiko Denim Repair (Boro)

How to mend/repair denim using Japanese sashiko embroidery and fabric patches. This is a great idea, and a MUST try with our new Denim Studio Collection

This is connected to the Boro clothing style, in which clothing is patched and repaired to extend its life in an artistic way. Inspiring!

This is connected to the Boro clothing style, in which clothing is patched and repaired to extend its life in an artistic way. (Have been doing this forever with jeans, jackets, sweaters--great fun!

felicia semple : the craft sessions - visible mending as an art form

Visible Mending as an art form.

I’ve been known to swear about the mending pile. I avoid it and wait till it builds up – aaaand finally get around to it when it is absolutely necessary. But using creative mending can give a garment new life

"Artist At Home" on Behance

Cabin quilt idea using vintage plaid coat fabric. “Artist at Home” collection, a collaboration between designer by Olya Glagoleva and artist Lisa Smirnova

qué hacer con unos vaqueros rasgados // Seguro a los niños les encanta!!

qué hacer con unos vaqueros rasgados - cute idea for a patch on kids clothing!

A knitted cardigan slowly transforming into a patchwork cardigan as it ages.

A knitted cardigan slowly transforming into a patchwork cardigan as it ages. What an amazing way to save a comfy cardy!

Tweed inspired darn on merino wool sweater - make repairs into a design feature!

nice idea rp: Tweed inspired darn on merino wool sweater - make repairs into a design feature!

Sashiko is a form of decorative reinforcement stitching (or functional…

The art of Sashiko

visible mending, great for jeans - Sashiko is a form of decorative reinforcement stitching (or functional embroidery) from Japan. Traditionally used to reinforce points of wear, or to repair worn places or tears with patches.

Sewing tutorial: Invisible mending

First of all, we must find threads identical to the original. Most of the time, we pick it from the lining. A few technical secrets will allow us to recreate it if there isn’t enough.

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