Stop what you are doing because this no-sew hack will fix the hole in your best T-Shirt.
We can be clumsy and careless sometimes. The worst thing is when you don’t remember when you made this hole. You can wear it without noticing until it catches the eye of your friends or family.
Wait. Don’t throw it away right away.
I think I have the solution for this problem. No, I won’t tell you to sew it because that fix is still vivid.
It’s time to repair the garment and bring it back to a wearable condition. It will take you 10 minutes, but you are going to love this no-sew hack.
All you need for this hack to work is:
- A damaged shirt with a pinhole (5 mm or less)
- Ironing Board
- Cutaway stabilizer
- Fusible bonding web
- Parchment paper
- Spray bottle with water
- Semi-iridescent pressed cloth
The host, Toya, will explain everything you need about this method. The no-sew hack is easy, and I bet you will try it on all t-shirts available in your closet.
If you don’t have any, you should bookmark this video for just in case something like this happens.
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18 thoughts on “No-Sew Hack That Will Fix the Hole in your Favorite T-Shirt”
Very helpful, thanks for posting
That’s great. So, holes are usually caused by detergents in the washing-machine. I have another method I’ve used: I grab a matching cotton and darn, imitating the lines of thread in the fabric. Fiddly, but worth a try!
Top tip, close zippers on clothing before putting items in the washing machine. These holes are likely caused by open zippers catching on clothes in the washer and dryer.
Wow! I feel pretty ridiculous for never realizing this! Thank you so much!! You’ve probably just saved me from having to deal with a ridiculous amount of unnecessary stress as well as saved me money and for that, I thank you. I hope you have a kick ass day!! You beautiful little knowledge fairy, you!!
Thanks Deb- I wondered where they came from. I truly didn’t know. From now on I’m checking zippers!!
Thanks for a concise and great solution to a problem happening constantly when we wear our shirts untucked! Your pictures and explanations are excellent and right to the point.
Sorry, but I can do it better. Normally you do not see anything on the right side. I use a thread of the same color and I just reconstruct the missing thread and mesh. When it is very small I use a magnifying glass.
I think mine come from bras not being closed too.
Nope! The holes are almost always on the same are. It’s from your seat belts in the car rubbing on the shirt with the button or belt buckle of your pants is underneath. I lift my shirt over, and no more holes in my shirts.
The post said there was a video. There wasn’t. I saw the list of what you needed and a before and after picture. Do I guess or continue with my usual old way of fixing it since no instructions given..
These holes are from the metal used in jean buttons rubbing against your shirt, Cheap metal! you can buy silicone button covers called hole’ from the UK. Cover the buttons or change them.
There was a video, in the middle of the box there was a red arrow click it on and the video begins
You are all wrong. The holes are caused by cats “kneading” you as they purr in satisfaction at being held. OR they can be caused by tiny little pieces of hashish falling from joints as they are smoked. To avoid this, don’t let your cats smoke joints when you pick them up.
Nice one…hahaha….. I’ll have to remember that. Damn cats anyways… Dogs are more respectful and use a pipe!
But smart dogs use a hookah.
Those holes are caused by your jean button. I always had the problem and found these covers that work http://www.holebuttoncover.com
Maybe your holes are caused by jean buttons but my shirts also get holes from time to time & I wash all my jeans together, separate from other types of clothing. I also don’t have a seat belt to tear holes in them either in case the clothes-over-the-seat-belt person thinks they’re right also. It’s called wear-n-tear for a reason.