Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Repair Station


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The recent issue of Frame magazine features a small note about a jeans repair  business operated by the aptly named Sol Butt. The repair shop is in London and is devoted to one particular brand, but I can’t see why specialized jeans repair would not be viable anywhere. Heavy denim is a bother to sew, but the right equipment would make a tough job simple. Perhaps a pushcart topped with solar panels could wait in front of a popular grocery, music store, or fast food outlet, with while-you-wait customers standing around in barrels.

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