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Tight Repairs!!

Following is a post originally posted on Gaynor Minden website. We've all been there. You're in the dressing room getting ready to slay when rrrrriiiiiip—your tights catch on a rhinestone and you're left with a giant hole.* Even your most durable tights can be taken down by a number of things backstage—rhinestones, bobby pins, scissors, scratchy mesh, tutu hooks, etc.  What now??? 1) Sew it up! This works better on mesh tights (like most seamed tights) than on microfiber tights as sewing those can sometimes make a hole worse. Grab thread that matches your tights and, if you're dealing with a more circular rip, stitch around the hole like a clock (working from 12 to 6, then 1 to 7, and so on). If...

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