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pinktuck comforter?

of course a thread has come a loose Cry

we can I do to fix this?

I have tried googling, but did not find anything

I will most likely have to sew on the pinktucked side and not through the comforter....any tips?


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lol

I can't fix myself?
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buy some invisible thread and do a surface stitch.  
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Originally posted by tatee tatee wrote:

buy some invisible thread and do a surface stitch.  


thanks

any pictures to go with this?

I already tried to do it on my own and failedCry
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Originally posted by SamoneLenior SamoneLenior wrote:

Originally posted by tatee tatee wrote:

buy some invisible thread and do a surface stitch.  


thanks

any pictures to go with this?

I already tried to do it on my own and failedCry


are you using invisible thread? because i cant see it, im assuming its the thread in the middle where it flairs out that came loose.  if that what it is, pinch it and stitch it.  im also assuming that the comforter is double sided, if so flip that jammy over and be done with itLOL any real fixed may require cutting the boarder and turning it inside out and aint nobody got time for thatLOL im a quick fix kinda gal.
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Originally posted by tatee tatee wrote:

Originally posted by SamoneLenior SamoneLenior wrote:

[QUOTE=tatee]buy some invisible thread and do a surface stitch.  


thanks

any pictures to go with this?

I already tried to do it on my own and failedCry


are you using invisible thread? because i cant see it, im assuming its the thread in the middle where it flairs out that came loose. 

yes


if that what it is, pinch it and stitch it.

you have to pinch from the other side, not to top to create the "pintuck" look

 im also assuming that the comforter is double sided, if so flip that jammy over and be done with itLOL

lol, I was hoping I could do something else lol

any real fixed may require cutting the boarder and turning it inside out and aint nobody got time for thatLOL im a quick fix kinda gal.

yeah I don't lol


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