We have a very big problem. The fabric on the sofa was torn. I'm just shocked. I'm very upset. I don't want to change it, but it's good that it's in an invisible place, but you still need to fix it .. help with advice ..

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Maybe call the seamstress?

Hello Lika, you need to try  a glue for polypropylene . I often use it to glue pieces of fabric. You will need to glue another piece of fabric on top , or apply glue to the edge of the hole, connect these edges and press for a few minutes. That's all, there will be no trace of the hole if you do it carefully.

This will help you avoid needle holes, which over time will grow larger and larger as it is an artificial material.

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