George is body clipped. He wears a number of blankets. And he can't go a night without them. So when sweet, gentle, lame George decided to rip a whole all the the way through his blanket, I had to fix it quick.
I can sew. Or, to be technical, I have a basic knowledge of sewing. I have a Wal-Mart machine and a needle and thread. My machine can't handle a horse blanket. So when a hole is too big to fix with a simple needle and thread I go to the iron-on patch.
Iron-on patches are awesome for fixing horse blankets because they seal all the loose threads so the patch doesn't fray. They are quick and easy to apply. You need no skills whatsoever.
He ripped it straight through. I could put my arm through it. I didn't, but I could have.
You'll also need some spray adhesive. Which is spray on glue. If you don't have any, just use regular glue. Same your money for supplements.
Then seal the other half of the blanket using the same iron-on patch method.