Not sure if this should go here or in DIY, but the deal is I recently had a wrap sent to my MIL's, and it arrived lovingly and very securely taped up in its envelope, which she cut open with scissors, accidentally putting a tiny hole in the hip (right through it). As it happens it's too big for us so I'll be looking to pass it on, and just wondering whether rather than trying to find someone who's interested in a wrap with a hole in it (it really is tiny and in such a place that I don't think it would cause leaks, but still
), it would be possible to patch it with a little piece of PUL (I do have somewhere I could nick some from) and nylon thread (which I think I've read won't wick like cotton thread would). Any thoughts? Better on the inside or out, or left alone?
And yes, MIL was suitably mortified - wish I could say I'd never damaged a nappy opening a parcel
but it would be a big fat lie...