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Repairing a Ripped Winter Coat Sleeve

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  1. Repairing a Ripped Winter Coat Sleeve, Repairing a Ripped Winter Coat Sleeve: step 1, image 1 of 1
    • Carefully cut off any long frays from the tear.

  2. Repairing a Ripped Winter Coat Sleeve: step 2, image 1 of 1
    • Apply a fray sealer to the edge of the tear to help prevent any further fraying.

    • Let the product dry before continuing to the next step.

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    • Thread a sewing needle.

    • Tie a secure knot at the end.

  4. Repairing a Ripped Winter Coat Sleeve: step 4, image 1 of 1
    • Slightly fold the edges of the tear and bring them together.

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    • Push the needle from the inside of the edge closest to you.

    • Push the needle into the other side, joining the two edges together.

    • Push the needle back through the edge closest to you, pulling the needle and thread tightly.

    • Continue this motion across the rest of the tear, keeping the stitches tight and close together.

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    • Tie a secure knot after making the last stitch.

    • Trim the excess thread.

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