Asked on May 10, 2017

How can you keep the points of shirts from fraying?



My husband wears a white shirt to church every Sunday. When I wash and iron them, they look so frayed on the collar points. The knock-about shirts do the same thing. I would appreciate any suggestions you have. Thanks!
3 answers
  • Wgb23380811
    on May 10, 2017

    if under neath is fine take shirts and ask seamstress to reverse the shirt colar, I did this for years as a seamstress, it can be flipped to hide discolorataction of body sweat,,,or find material and cut into V shape and glue on the points, to match ties to white material for his shirt or very thin metal to glue on like western shirts
  • Donna
    on May 12, 2017

    Haven't tried either of these, but I will! When I do, maybe I'll let you know how it turned out!!! Thanks!

  • NancyMaria
    on May 13, 2017

    Western wear has metallic points on the tips. What about making white plastic point covers?
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