Here is a tutorial on how to use the terrific Speedy Stitcher sewing awl to repair some torn hunting coveralls.
I was inspired by this rare sighting of a Sasquatch cleverly attempting to disguise himself as a hunter. Luckily, I noticed his sasquatch fur poking out through a huge tear in the left knee of his coveralls and was able to escape with my life.
When I got home, I decided that my own coveralls could use a little work. From the looks of my sewing job, you can see that I'm clearly not a tailor, but the repair is super strong and only took a couple minutes to do. Here's how I did it:
If you missed my Straight Shootin' Gear Review of the speedy stitcher (which includes a detailed demonstration) you can see it here.
If you'd like to pick up a Speedy Stitcher, you can order it from Cabelas or through Amazon.