As a delicate fabric, silk Charmeuse can be torn, hooked and run easily because many types of silks are lightweight and not very dense. Jewelry, nails or bands can easily pull loose weave lines. Once you notice them, you should repair the obstacles immediately to prevent them from spreading.
- Gently drag the hooks on all sides of the fabric to make the loop smaller and will work it back into the silk.
- Tighten the ring loop to help move the loop to the fabric. If you just hook up the silk, you can quickly complete this work.
- Poke a hook through the back of the fabric, and get as close to the snag as possible.
- Grab the snag hook on the hook at the end of the nag repair needle, and then pull it through the other side of the silk to hide the snag.
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