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How to Hem a Pair of Jeans Saving the Original Hem - Sewing Project | The Homestead Survival. I can't totally do this, but I can show it to my tailor! ;)

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How to Take in the Waist on a Pair of Blue Jeans

Love Your Jeans but Not the Fit? This Easy DIY will Help them Fit Perfectly for Your Body | eHow Crafts | eHow

To prevent pant hems from looking “high water” and to give a custom touch, make them ¼” longer in the back than the front. This is called a “tip” because you are tipping the hem downward in the back. Formerly done as a matter of course in both women’s and men’s pants, tipping is rarely seen in ready-to-wear garments, but we as sewers can apply these custom touches to our garments and look a cut above everyone who does not sew.

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Leggings

For when I learn to sew!!! Sew leggings for your little girl, pattern included

The Slipstitch — 19th C Costuming | Sewing Instructions | Historical Costume | Sewing Pattern Help | Period Clothing

~SO glad I procrastinated on those pants of Ethan's! I'm doing this instead!~ DIY Monster Knee Patches! Tutorial....fun way to mend those torn pants...

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Create Couture Lingerie

Super easy button loops

Here is a great little tip when measuring your seam allowance, stack three pencil's together with a rubber and. One stroke and you have the perfect 1/2" seam allowance. So clever!