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  • Amy Hoagland

    "Ending Bum Crack One Pant at a Time" tutorial to put elastic in the back of pants. This technique is also perfect for kids whose pants lack an adjustable elastic.

  • Barb Scantland

    Would work for kids pants too. Tutorial to add elastic to jeans

  • Margie Padilla

    diy home sweet home: Tips, Tips, and More Tips

  • Erin Sawford

    Fixing jeans so they don't gape at the back. This is also good for fixing kid's pants and putting an adjustable elastic band! Now I can fix all of Will's pants that don't have adjustable waists!

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