Darning needles may not be the most exciting topic, but using the right needle can make a big difference in how your darning turns out. And I think that's worth a little attention.
When I first started darning, I was so mired in the darning process that I didn't pay much attention to needles. I started darning more frequently, and taking on larger mending projects, and in turn began paying closer attention to the needle that I used to complete various darning tasks.
F.A.Q.'s for Darning Socks Darning has been around forever, and is a simple and useful skill to learn and share. There are many types of darning, most of them work as a technique to weave a patch in place, where the fabric has worn through.Here is a very simple darning step by step that works to weave a patch over the top of a hole, a.k.a. surface darning.
If you are just learning how to embroider, there are 5 stitches that will get you started embroidering right now! Watch this video tutorial for a quick tutorial!
I love using embroidery as a way to mend over stains and tears in clothing. It can also be a fun way to update or add a little something special to an otherwise drab garment.
Have you been looking at images of clothing mended so beautifully, you almost hope to rip a hole in your jeans? But what are the materials you actually need to get started? You are in the right place! I pulled together a collection of materials that I think are a must to get started with visible mending, and how and why they are used in mending. Most of these materials can be found at your local craft shop. Needles I like to use sashiko needles for mending jeans. They come in a variety of lengths and thicknesses. When it comes...
There comes a time in every well-worn pair of jeans life (especially if there is lycra involved), when the fronts of the thighs begin to wear past the comfy stage, and into the paper-thin-afraid-to-wear-out-of-the-house-for-fear-of-tearing-wide-open stage.
Read on for a step by step mending tutorial. Sashiko style visible mending.