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How to repair holes in the crotch of my Tenpenny Pants

My Patagonia Tenpenny Pants have developed some holes/rips in the crotch. Most of my trousers do this eventually. Is there a repair I can make to get more life out of them? They're made of cotton/polyester

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Chub rub! Also my primary failure point for all Pataguchi pants. There MUST be an easier repair than just loosing weight.

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You can do an iron on patch:

Installing an Iron-on Patch

The zig-zag patch requires a sewing machine:

Zig-zag Patch

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Zig-zag Patch

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Easy

10 - 15 minutes

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Installing an Iron-on Patch

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Easy

5 - 10 minutes

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I saw those,but I wasn't sure if they would work on a non-flat bit of the clothing (the crotch is a kind of saddle shop on most clothes)

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I've done it on elbows. I put a patch on both sides and sometimes hand stitch the corners down so they don't curl up. eBay has patches but most come in from China (I've had a set of denim patches ordered now for a couple of weeks but the shipping now says VOID). You can probably find them in the states just at a higher price.

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