/ Repairing a duvet jacket.
not quite sure what you mean my "torn a pocket" is that broken the lining or torn the outer material but anyhow. If it's the outer material you could try tenacious tape or get a couple of test swatches of material and glue them on with seam grip/storm grip (same stuff different makes)
if it's the inside just get your needle and thread out as it doesn't need to look tidy so just sew a few stitches along the edges you need to join to reduce the chance of the edges fraying and then sew the hole closed.
Try asking a fabric store for a trial swatch, google point north.
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