5 Ways to Repair Holes in Quilts

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Great Fixes for Tears, Slices, and Broken Seams!

Have you ever been horrified to discover a hole in a newly finished quilt? Whether it’s a seam that’s coming loose or a slice in the fabric, holes and tears have happened at one time or another to all of us.

While it’s discouraging to find a hole, don’t despair. Fortunately, they can nearly always be fixed without having to take the quilt apart.

5 Ways to Repair Holes in Quilts

5 Ways to Repair Holes in Quilts

Depending on the type and placement, holes may require different repair methods. Karen Brown from Just Get It Done Quilts walks you through five ways to fix a quilt in the following video and clearly explains when to use each method.

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Karen mentioned the following products in the video:

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