Repairing a Cigarette Burn Hole in Fabric

While stitching a rather large project, I decided to take a cigarette break without removing my stitching from my lap. Stupid! The fire fell off the cigarette and burned a hole in my fabric. Is there any way to repair this without having to start all over? Did I mention that this is a really large pattern and I was over halfway through? Please help me!

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Marlene from North Augusta, SC

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December 10, 20080 found this helpful

Just put another patch over the burn hole.

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