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Sweat pants are an informal variety of trousers intended for comfort or athletic purposes. In the UK they are varyingly known as track suit bottoms or the more informal jogging bottoms. In Australia and New Zealand they are known as track (or tracksuit) pants or, less formally, trakky daks. They can, in Ireland, be known as 'fatman' trousers.
How to Fix a Drawstring on Sweatpants
If the drawstring on your sweatpants is broken or has slipped out, you don't have to spring for a new pair. This quick fix requires only moderately deft hands and a few household items
Step1: Call your local fabric store to find out if it sells cord that can be used as a drawstring; alternatively, use an extra-long shoelace. Be sure it's at least 12 inches (30 cm) longer than the sweatpants' full waist size.
Step2: If the drawstring is broken, pull out both pieces.
Step3: Knot one end of the new drawstring--the end that will not be pulled through the waistband.
Step4: Attach a safety pin securely to the other end. The pin should be as large as possible, but small enough to slide through the opening and the elasticized waistband.
Step5: Push and pull the safety pin through the waistband by repeating the motion of using one hand to scrunch up the fabric and the other hand to pull it taut.
Step6: When the safety pin, to which the drawstring is still attached, has gone all the way around the waistband and reappears, remove the pin and knot the drawstring so that it can't slip out. The operation is complete.