Prym Textile Repair Powder | Clothing Patch with Nandini Mitra

Prym Textile Repair Powder | Clothing Patch with Nandini Mitra


Your favourite dress has a hole that can’t just be sewed up without it being obvious. You need: Pym Textile Repair Powder, scissors, iron, ironing underlay, ironing cloth and a piece of material to use as a patch. Hi. I’m Nandini, and I am going to show you how you can patch a hole without the patch being visible — for example in a beautiful dress. We do it with Prym Textile Repair Powder. First, you make yourself a patch. For that, you need to find somewhere on the dress that is not seen, and you cut a piece of material from there. It has to be bigger than the hole. And I’m taking the belt. I don’t need the belt, so I’m making a patch from it. Now you turn the dress inside out. Here is the hole. You have cut out a patch that is a bit bigger than the hole. This is where the Prym Textile Repair Powder comes into play. You sprinkle a thin dusting of the repair powder around the hole in the size of your patch — really just a little, only very thin. That’s plenty. Now you take the patch and make sure that you turn that over too, so that you are looking at the reverse. You place the the patch over the hole, moisten the ironing cloth a little and lay it over the top, then iron the patch over the hole. So, now it looks like this inside out. And from the outside, you can’t see the hole at all.

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