You will need
  • -jeans;
  • denim fabric;
  • -the tape;
  • -sewing machine;
  • -threads;
  • -scissors;
  • -pins;
  • -iron.
First, find the denim that you will use to do the patch on the "right" jeans. Ideally it should be identical in color and texture the fabric, but if you want to make jeans a more contemporary and original, you can take the contrast material.
Carefully measure the width and length of future patches, defining its place on the jeans. Carefully cut a piece of fabric, sewn it by hand or on the machine for sewing around the edges. Will fit any hand stitch or machine zigzag.
Typically, holes in jeans are created by strong fading. Also, the material can form a few cracks around. If these holes are very small, with the help of patches just fix them, not bonding themselves cracked. This piece of fabric attach face from the inside of the jeans and exactly pin the pins. Jeans remove the face and carefully sew a small cracks on the patch. Can darn very simple machine stitch or, again to use a zigzag. If you sew the fabric by hand, then try to make smooth the joints and act as carefully as possible.
If a hole is pretty significant in size, then the patch should be similar to stitch a few stitches. Pick a thread that will not stand out from the crowd. When choosing decorative versions of cloth of a different color try to pick a fabric similar to denim in texture. Decorating jeans with patches of other fabric, keep in mind that its color must match the color of the pants. Try to add decorative patches so that the overall appearance of the clothing remained harmonious and interesting.
Wash and Tutuila jeans. New patch after a few washes it will become even more invisible, and the pants will look like new.