Darn clothes


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"To darn is to stitch up a small hole in a piece of clothing. Instead of throwing your worn-out socks away, you can just darn the holes in their toes. When you darn your socks or sweaters, you use a needle and thread to close small holes in the woven fabric."

Do you darn up your clothing? How do they hold up?
It's a great eco-friendly way to save on money & give new life to clothes.
This video is different as it deals with an older book from 1954. How do you think it compares to the newer styles?