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    Another jeans problem

    Found some other jeans I had lying around for months...

    The upper two have a small hole right in the crotch, on the lower one there's simply a blank spot. Got them all from riding a bike, the jeans are wearable otherwise. Any chance to save them? Can I dye the spot somehow without dying the whole jeans?

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    Re: Another jeans problem

    Is anyone really going to notice?

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    Re: Another jeans problem

    They look like jeans. Relax.

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    Re: Another jeans problem

    Dunno, but it bothers me as it's in the crotch
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    Re: Another jeans problem

    You can enlarge the holes so you don't have to take them off when you have a boner and want to rub it out
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    Re: Another jeans problem

    Pfft.... I've seen jeans sold new with bigger holes in them than that.

    That look is 'in'... just be glad you didn't spend $400. on them as "designer" jeans.
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    Re: Another jeans problem

    ...this is a serious thread?
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    Re: Another jeans problem

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    Re: Another jeans problem

    Part of why jeans are so popular is that they age beautifully. Most labels treat their products so they look "worn" already when you buy them, it's called "stone washe". In other words, it'd not a bug, it's a feature.

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    Re: Another jeans problem

    Two different pairs of 501s with the same damage. I've had them since the mid-90s. Now you know what a hole in a pair of jeans looks like!

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    Re: Another jeans problem

    That's one of the features of blue jeans is that they wear in certain areas to show how they conform to your body. They look good to me. If the hole actually gets bigger (I don't think that there is a hole there yet), then you will have to decide if that is too much to show for you.

    Of course you can always put a patch on either the inside or the outside to cover that area.

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    Re: Another jeans problem

    cooties could crawl thru the holes

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    Re: Another jeans problem

    I hope it's not too late!
    http://www.rawrdenim.com/2012/10/how...denim-repairs/

    It's a Mecca for serious denimites. The article is by that man who wore the same pair of jeans every day for 15 months without washing them as an experiment.
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    Re: Another jeans problem

    Paws, your trousers may have been stitched by Oom-Go Joyo Jeh who like so stitch against the bias.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bias_(textile)


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    Sewing is too complicated for me and I have no sewing machine
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    Re: Another jeans problem

    Quote Originally Posted by Paws View Post
    Sewing is too complicated for me and I have no sewing machine
    Sewing machines are too complicated but some hand-stitching and darning around the effected area will strengthen the fabric.

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    Re: Another jeans problem

    Quote Originally Posted by Dejavudoo View Post
    You can iron on a patch from within to keep the hole from developing or growing.

    If the paleness bothers you, take a watercolor brush and very weak indigo dye and gradually paint the spot until it just slightly darkens so as to not attract attention.

    Or, go with the distressed look as suggested.
    Iron-ons have a tendency to come off in areas with heavy wear. Another route is to use a peel-and-stick, then sew it on. The peel-and-stick patch stays in place very nicely while you sew it, lessening the risk of errors.

    Quote Originally Posted by pat grimshaw View Post
    Paws, your trousers may have been stitched by Oom-Go Joyo Jeh who like so stitch against the bias.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bias_(textile)

    LOL

    Pieces tend to be cut by machine, so the bias is always where it's wanted, and the stitching goes according to a pattern.

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    A weird wear pattern on my jeans, when they get old, is the appearance of a threadbare patch either on or just above the LEFT knee. I don't "get" that.
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    Re: Another jeans problem

    Quote Originally Posted by frankfrank View Post
    A weird wear pattern on my jeans, when they get old, is the appearance of a threadbare patch either on or just above the LEFT knee. I don't "get" that.
    Sweaty hands?

    I wipe my hands on my jeans a lot, and get the same thing.
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    Re: Another jeans problem

    Quote Originally Posted by frankfrank View Post
    A weird wear pattern on my jeans, when they get old, is the appearance of a threadbare patch either on or just above the LEFT knee. I don't "get" that.
    I'm pretty sure that the Taiwanese/Malaysian manufacturers drench their clothes in acid-baths to get the "Authentic Pre-Aged Look" that rich Westerners like.

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