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This guide will walk you through the steps necessary to repair a rip or tear in your Patagonia shirt using a satin stitch—a tightly-spaced stitch that’s very wide. This guide should be used for rips and tears that aren’t on a seam. If you have a tear in the seam, see the Repairing a Torn Seam guide. This satin-stitching guide should only be used on holes that are narrow enough not to require additional fabric to patch. New to sewing? Check out our sewing glossary.

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  1. Examine the tear and the surrounding fabric.
    • Examine the tear and the surrounding fabric.

    • Clip any loose threads to keep them from getting caught in the new stitching.

    • Select a coordinating color of thread and thread the sewing machine.

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  2. Adjust the sewing machine to a stitch-width of two or three.
    • Adjust the sewing machine to a stitch-width of two or three.

      • Stitch-width controls the sideways distance of the stitch, so if you feel you need a little more width, three is acceptable.

      • Every sewing machine is different, so refer to your sewing machine manual to find the stitch width adjustment on your machine.

      • Be sure your sewing machine is fitted with a wide-mouthed pressor foot, as opposed to one with a small round hole. When the sewing machine does a satin stitch, it will bump into the the pressor foot and break if there is not a wide enough opening.

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    • Set the sewing machine stitch length down to just above zero.

      • Stitch length controls how far forward the sewing machine advances with each stitch. Satin stitches should be very tight, which is why we want this number very close to zero.

      • Every sewing machine is different, so refer to your sewing machine manual to find the stitch length adjustment on your machine.

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    • If the fabric you’re repairing is gauzy or thin, you can add a small scrap of interfacing or scrap fabric on the backside of your rip or tear. Most of the time this isn’t necessary.

    • Align the fabric in the sewing machine about half an inch before the rip or tear.

    • Lower the pressor foot and begin sewing, guiding the machine over the tear.

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    • Sew about half an inch past the end of the slit.

    • Lift the presser foot and clip the threads to free the garment.

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    • Trim any extra threads.

    • Admire your handiwork.

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