by cfidl 14 Sep 2018

Is there anyway to fix the nap in a towel. This defect is right smack in the middle of my design. If not should I cut it off? It is a towel so I can't put glue on it.


by bowlds 14 Sep 2018

I sometimes have success with a crochet hook (very small) put through the back to front and pulled through

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cfidl by cfidl 14 Sep 2018

I think I would need a magnifier on top of my reading glasses to do that!

by Kampfzwerg 14 Sep 2018

Hello Dear, happened to me too. I pulled a stronger thread through the loop, threadet both ends through a needle and stitched the loop through the middle of the wowen fabric. Just a few stitches. When the loop is as big as all the others, you can release the "helping-thread". Donne, no cutting, no knots. Good luck, hugs

graceandham by graceandham 14 Sep 2018

She's got the solution.

laurasomi by laurasomi 14 Sep 2018

Yup, that's how i fix problems like that too

cfidl by cfidl 14 Sep 2018

I think I understand, I wonder if the is a youtube on this. UGH I was so close!

Kampfzwerg by Kampfzwerg 14 Sep 2018

Its my own solution. When I have a problem, the solution jumps on me. If not, I sleep it over. In the morning the the solution appeares like magic. I`m also good in finding things. My husband lost his key. He drove me crazy. He was serching for allmost one hour. "Have you looked in your pockets?" "I didn`t put it there." Where was It? In his trouser-pocket.

cfidl by cfidl 15 Sep 2018

Lol! Well I slept so hard last night, because I worked too hard yesterday. Maybe tomorrow I will pull it off. I am usually the cause off my hubby not finding things. I pick up and then he can't find. Just the other day it was the electric bill. I had grabbed it to get the phone number to report our power was out. He is ready to walk out the door with out it, and I noticed the envelope right next to me. Lol!

by queenofhearts 14 Sep 2018

You don't show the whole design but if possible add something to cover up the boo boo.

by pennyhal2 14 Sep 2018

Oh dear! I usually just pull it to the backside, cut the thread in the middle, and tie a small knot and trim. But that would also leave a small lump. How about stitching a small heart over it? You'd have to trim it first and place the heart carefully, but it would avoid the lump problem.