DIY Jeans Inseam Patch Repair

ve you ever had a favorite pair of jeans that needed inseam repair?  Have you contemplated throwing them away because you weren’t sure how to fix them without drawing unwanted attention to your inseam?  I think we have all been there!  In this article, I will show you how to fix your favorite pair of jeans by doing a Jeans Inseam Patch Repair!  Check out the materials list and don’t forget to watch the video tutorial!

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Jeans Inseam Patch Repair Material LISt

Basic Sewing Supplies & Tools Needed

Why use Misty Fuse for the Jeans Inseam Patch Repair?

Misty Fuse Webbing

The reason I love Misty Fuse adhesive is that it does not gum up my needle and this product is incredibly versatile!  Mistyfuse® is the environmentally-friendly fusible appliqué web—acid-free and made in a green industrial park here in the USA, without solvents or harsh chemicals, and without body modifiers or blow additives or sticky adhesives. It’s been extruded to an ultra-fine web for a stay-soft, strong bond without adding bulk. It will never gum-up needles. Mistyfuse is suitable for a wide variety of fabrics. Mistyfuse comes in White, Black and Mistyfuse Ultraviolet and is available in 20″ x 2½ yd or 10yd packages and also various Bolt options.


This video tutorial shows you how to repair your Jeans by creating your own denim patch, fusing the patch with a lightweight adhesive and sewing it in place.  Trimming the excess patch away finishes the job and this Jeans Inseam Repair could not be simpler!  Click below to watch the video!

Jeans Inseam Patch Repair video tutorial

Do you have any jeans that are in need of repair right now?  Give this technique a try!  I have been using this technique for a couple of years (after trying several other ways) and just love it!

Happy Sewing!

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6 thoughts on “DIY Jeans Inseam Patch Repair

  1. Donna says:

    What is the name of the Iron on, webbing, I am always repairing holes in cloths it looks like a quick and easy fix.

  2. Jan says:

    I have been using this method of fixing jeans for more than 30 years. When you have a favorite pair of jeans you have to fix them. I don’t know how many pairs of crotches, lol, I have had to fix for my girls. They used to brag to their friends how their jeans won’t wear out because I could repair them. Teenagers don’t want a new pair, they like that old worn out look. I hope this tutorial helps lots of people, it’s great.

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