How to Patch Jeans
This section contains a little advice about patches for jeans. The above method will work as well for jeans as any other material, but it is worth considering that jeans are made of much tougher fabric – a larger needle may be required. With jeans, it’s best to iron patches immediately after they have been affixed to minimise creases. While iron on patches are available (using a kind of fabric glue), sew on patches are cheaper and tend to last a lot longer – so it is well worth learning how to sew on a patch!
A rip or hole doesn’t have to mean the end of the road for your favourite clothes. Whether you opt for a repair job or a fashion-conscious twist, the humble patch can help to keep your wardrobe looking sharp, smart and quirky!