How to Sew Velcro to Fabric?

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In order to sew Velcro to fabric, you will need to pin the Velcro onto the fabric where it should be. Then sew the velcro just inside the perimeter all the way around.
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You can sew Velcro to fabric using your sewing machine. Make sure to set the tension to medium or heavy. Use a new needle and put a lubricant on it. Use the zipper foot and move the needle right to left making sure not to sew through the loops or hooks. If you find this too difficult you could always glue the Velcro on. That's what I do most of the time.
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Take it to a shoe shop or luggage repair facility, or to an upholstery shop. They can put it on for you quickly, and probably inexpensively. Hand sewing velcro is Not Fun. Source(
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"Velcro" is the brand name for a product called hook-and-loop tape. Not very catchy, but more widely and cheaply available than the name brand. You can find strips for sale
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1. Determine the style of Velcro needed for the project. Soft and Flexible Sew On Velcro is preferable for clothing, while heavier Velcro is appropriate for couch ...
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