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This guide will show you how to reattach a torn or broken apron strap.

A kitchen apron is used for keeping your clothes clean while cooking. It is important to do this replacement because a kitchen apron is a helpful equipment to keep yourself from getting dirty. The straps are especially important to repair because they are the main important part of holding the whole apron together.

Step 4 has a caution, might poke yourself with the sewing needle.

Before beginning make sure all your tools are available to you.

  1. Use a thread color that matches your article of clothing (or whatever color you like). Cut a piece of thread around 21 centimeters long. Insert one side of the thread in the eye of the sewing needle.
    • Use a thread color that matches your article of clothing (or whatever color you like).

    • Cut a piece of thread around 21 centimeters long.

    • Insert one side of the thread in the eye of the sewing needle.

    • You can wet the thread a bit to make it easier to insert in the hole.

    • It may help to thread the needle against a background with a contrasting color to make it easier to see.

  2. Pull the thread to make sure it is in the hole. Make sure the apron is aligned correctly. Insert the needle from where you want to start to repair the fabric.
    • Pull the thread to make sure it is in the hole.

    • Make sure the apron is aligned correctly.

    • Insert the needle from where you want to start to repair the fabric.

    • Begin from right to left.

  3. Once inserted, make a knot so the thread can't move. Pull the thread as far as possible but still able to create a knot. Insert the threaded needle a short distance from where you began, starting again from right to left. Making two knots instead of one is helpful so it can last longer.
    • Once inserted, make a knot so the thread can't move. Pull the thread as far as possible but still able to create a knot.

    • Insert the threaded needle a short distance from where you began, starting again from right to left.

    • Making two knots instead of one is helpful so it can last longer.

  4. Use caution when handling a sharp needle. Continue sewing from right to left, starting each new stitch a few centimeters from the previous stitch. Make sure the thread goes all the way through.
    • Use caution when handling a sharp needle.

    • Continue sewing from right to left, starting each new stitch a few centimeters from the previous stitch.

    • Make sure the thread goes all the way through.

  5. Once you reach the end of the left side, make two small knots. Begin from the bottom and pull to tighten the knot. The knot should be small and tight enough to not be able to rip.
    • Once you reach the end of the left side, make two small knots.

    • Begin from the bottom and pull to tighten the knot.

    • The knot should be small and tight enough to not be able to rip.

  6. Make sure the knot is not loose. Cut the excess thread with a pair of scissors. Cut the excess thread with a pair of scissors.
    • Make sure the knot is not loose.

    • Cut the excess thread with a pair of scissors.

  7. Make sure the apron is aligned correctly and not loose from both sides. Tug on the strap to make sure it is not loose. Tug on the strap to make sure it is not loose.
    • Make sure the apron is aligned correctly and not loose from both sides.

    • Tug on the strap to make sure it is not loose.

  8. You can iron the apron to make sure it is correctly aligned, but this step is optional. Lay the strap down carefully and iron from the bottom to the top. Lay the strap down carefully and iron from the bottom to the top.
    • You can iron the apron to make sure it is correctly aligned, but this step is optional.

    • Lay the strap down carefully and iron from the bottom to the top.

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Magaly Valdez

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