Hemming jeans is a DIY skill you will never regret learning how to master!
Once you know how to hem jeans, you will be so glad you learned, since it will not only save you money, but also make you look better!
Did you know, running around with your jean hems too long is not only a big pain, but it can hurt your appearance?
Jeans that are too long can make you look sloppy and can actually make you look shorter!
Just think about how sloppy a baggy pair of pants around your ankles look? Or even worse, ripped and torn hems dragging the ground!
And, those of us who have worn jeans that are too long know what a pain it can be to wear extra-long jeans in the snow and rain. Not only do you get cold and wet jean bottoms, but you look messy as well!
Now, you can put an end to the nuisance of too long jeans. And, you can forever say good-bye to taking every new pair of jeans you get to the tailor.
Having your jeans professionally altered can put you out $25 dollars every time you need another pair of jeans altered. And, since the average inseam on designer jeans is 34 and the average inseam of American women is 31.5, the cost of a tailor can really add up!
Save yourself time and money with this super easy, no-fail, no-cut tutorial on how to hem jeans shorter. You will not only get a professional, original looking hem, but save yourself a lot of money in the process.
Learn the techniques of professional tailors in this practical and helpful video on hemming jeans!