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Use this guide to help you repair your ripped back pocket in your jeans.

In this guide you will need your ripped back pocket jeans. The reason this guide is needed is because back pockets are important to hold things such as your wallet, keys or cell phone.

There is no real special skills needed for this fix, my hope is that this guide will be enough that any person can sew their ripped jeans.

  1. Pin down the ripped portion of the jeans back pocket. Use as many pins as needed to ensure the pocket does not slip from the correct place while sewing. Use as many pins as needed to ensure the pocket does not slip from the correct place while sewing.
    • Pin down the ripped portion of the jeans back pocket.

    • Use as many pins as needed to ensure the pocket does not slip from the correct place while sewing.

  2. Thread the  needle  with the polyester thread. Use about an arms length of thread to ensure that you have enough to sew with.
    • Thread the needle with the polyester thread.

    • Use about an arms length of thread to ensure that you have enough to sew with.

  3. Cut the ends of the thread.
    • Cut the ends of the thread.

  4. Tie  a double knot at the end of the two threads. Tie  a double knot at the end of the two threads.
    • Tie a double knot at the end of the two threads.

  5. Start to sew from the bottom of the pocket up. Start to sew from the bottom of the pocket up.
    • Start to sew from the bottom of the pocket up.

  6. Remove pins as the needle and thread approaches the pins. Remove pins as the needle and thread approaches the pins.
    • Remove pins as the needle and thread approaches the pins.

  7. Loop the needle through the thread to tie a knot to end and secure the sewing. Loop the needle through the thread to tie a knot to end and secure the sewing. Loop the needle through the thread to tie a knot to end and secure the sewing.
    • Loop the needle through the thread to tie a knot to end and secure the sewing.

  8. Cut the loose threads to clean up the sewing.
    • Cut the loose threads to clean up the sewing.

Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

Ashley Dembroski

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