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    Default Fixing Ripped Pajamas?

    My dinosaur pajamas ripped in the wash.
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    The tear is on the base of the tail...I've never done anything along the lines of sewing, so I'm not sure what to do.
    Can anyone help me fix it?

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    Here is a perfect article for you on patching it,

    It's pretty easy although you will have the string visible outside your pajamas. All you need is a sewing needle and some string. The article explains it better.

    If it is at the torn seam, click here:

    and here is repairing holes in middle of clothing.

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    Nice job Snivy. You are a good help on this site. I used to mend some of my clothes when I was a kid, both with a needle and thread. My 93 year old mother-in-law is very good with a sewing machine, so she sews and mends stuff for my wife and I. I wonder what she'd think if I gave her my footie jammies?

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