By Kljohn from Crawford, CO
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By Kim Churchman 04/22/2009
Back in the day we used to hide those by putting embroidery or whatever all around. I can just see it with crystals.
By Patricia Taylor04/22/2009
SHARPIES permanent pens now come in many colors, including blue, or whatever color your jeans are. By the time the Sharpie color fades, your denim will have faded, too.
Pat T in Nevada
By kathleen williams 04/17/2009
Press with steam cloth wet with vinegar,it works on dresses, good luck.
By Cyinda 04/17/2009
You can't really get rid of a fade line. But you can camouflage it by taking a fine permanent marker in a matching color, then lightly draw little lines up & down on the line. Unless the jeans are dark black, then use the marker to color in the faded area. If it's to dark, rubbing alcohol can sometimes remove (or smear) permanent marker ink. If the jeans are light colored, you can use a colored pencil, but you'll most likely have to do it again after washing. I use a black sharpie on my black pants when I've splattered bleach on them. I've also use a blue colored ball-point pen on bleach spots on blue jeans.
* If it were me, I'd buy a matching color of lace (blue or black) from a fabric store then sew the lace over the faded line! This will look awesome!
By vickie guy 04/16/2009
A permanent marker comes to mind.
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How can I remove the line from jeans that were hemmed and then let down?
Kathy from La Plata, MD
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