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Never throw away a precious item of clothing because of a ripped seam or a missing button. Repairing damaged clothes is an essential part of a slow fashion lifestyle.

A ripped seam, loose thread, hole, or a missing button does not mean that your garment has reached the end of its lifecycle. With the right tools and the right guidance, mending damaged clothes can become an easy and enjoyable routine. Have fun with it and let yourself get inspired by creative mending techniques, like traditional Japanese Sashiko embroidery. We have gathered some common mending methods in easy step-by-step tutorials that can be used to save your favorite clothes.

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A garment that has been washed at the wrong temperature can lose its shape and shrink.  Luckily, it is possible to unshrink a shrunken garment. Start by soaking the garment in baby shampoo and cold water for 12–24 hours. Rinse thoroughly and flat dry, then gently stretch the fabric fibers evenly in all directions. Finally, put the garment on a sturdy hanger and steam while gently stretching the fabric. This method will make the garment regain its original shape in a gentle and risk-free way.

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