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« on: November 19, 2012 07:51:55 PM »

I've been given a pair of Trousers my buddy uses for Skiing to repair (if I can). The inside of the ankle area has a few small tears from the skis getting caught on the fabric. He suggested Leather to patch this area but that would be affected by the wet snow. So I thought Denim. The Ski trousers are a Waterproof fabric so he doesn't want the same fabric or the same thing will happen.

I'm eager to do this right first time and with a repair/patch job that can last, so who better to ask than the Craftster geniuses/Geniui?!!

So what's best to use use Ladies & Gents?

Thanks in advance for your help
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« Reply #1 on: November 20, 2012 03:48:43 AM »

If the waterproof part is that thin nylon lining stuff, then just about anything fairly sturdy should do the trick. Denim would probably be fine to use.
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