STITCHING REPAIR INSTRUCTIONS (CONT)
Put running stitch into fabric (1) to repair broken stitches.
Push sailmaker's needle (2) through fabric (1) and pull thread through to knot.
Tack beginning and end row by making two small stitches on top of the other.
(1) Take a small stitch back, pushing needle (2) down into fabric (1).
(2) Push needle up through fabric (1) at beginning of stitch where not is located.
(3) Repeat steps (1) and (2).
Push needle (2) down through fabric (1) and then up throughfabric (1).
Continue to make one stitch at a time to end of row. Make stitches uniform in appearance and same distance
Backstitch 1 in. to tack end of row.
(1) Leaving at least 1 in. (25.4 mm), push needle up one stitch from last two stitches.
(2) Take one stitch back, pushing needle down into patch at end of last two stitches.
(3) Push needle up through patch one stitch length in front of previous stitch.
(4) Stitch back, pushing needle down into patch at end of previous stitch.
(5) Continue to stitch to end of row as in above steps.
(6) Make a knot in thread close to fabric and cut off remaining thread
FOLLOW-ON MAINTENANCE: If required, install Complexing Kit Passageway, (Refer
to para 2-4.)