This is how I do a grow with me hem to my son's pants, instead of cutting off the excess I just tuck it back in, press, and secure with a few tailor's tack stitches. How to Hem Jeans with original hem Find the easy to follow tutorial here:
This is how you shorten your jeans while keeping the original hem! A great trick to reattaching the hem will keep your jeans from looking unfinished: http://www.ehow.com/how_2305591_reattach-original-jeans-hem.html?utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=inline&utm_campaign=fanpage
Bring on black fishnet socks paired with patent block heels to up the girliness. You'll be buzzing to know your fave slashed-hem jeans are sticking around for another season, but that also means there's another six months of your gran asking why you paid full price for them
hem jeans with factory edge. Since I always have to hem my girls' jeans, I was excited to try this. It was way easier than the way I've been doing it, and it looked much better. One thing I did differently - I used blue thread for the topstitch so it wasn't so obvious.
How to hem jeans retaining the original hem...perfect timing as I just inherited a pair of nice (long!) jeans from my tall sister. They fit great in the waist but are like 5 inches too long. Going to give this a whirl!
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