Order chain stitch hemming online for any brand of denim jeans & pants
We revolutionized online chain-stitch hemming service and set a standard by making it faster, easier and relatively low-cost as compared to competitors.
Only $18 Shipping To-And-From in the USA
$18 covers all shipping cost to-and-from our location from anywhere in the USA. No matter how many jeans you choose to hem, repair, alter or customize, it’s only $15. We email you a shipping label and return ship your jeans.
We service most brands known by selvedge and admirers of raw jeans. As an example, our most serviced jeans are Levi's, followed closely by Gustin (because we add red bar-tack at no extra charge) and Iron Heart (because we can handle heavyweight denim). Other regulars include Naked & Famous, 3Sixteen, Brave Star, Unbranded, Railcar, A.P.C. (with the request to add regular-sized chain stitch hem), Wrangler, Lee, Samurai, Pure Blue Japan, Leftfield, Oni and others. True Religion and those brands with wide seam – multi-thread stitching styles, we do not copy the same sewing.
Quality & Fast Service
Hemming service is usually 1-2 days. We do our bests to match the manufactured original aesthetic, and try to match the width, color and thread size standard of the original hem. Delivery times are extended around Holidays.
We know admirers of raw denim mostly avoid washing their jeans for as long as possible. That’s why we will accept denim that have been worn and soiled. However, please try ship your jeans to us relatively clean. We do reserve the right not to work on smelling soiled clothing. Please avoid sending jeans with lots of animal hairs by removing hairs before shipping.
If you do not have a way to precisely measure inseams, you can cuff, press or mark the desired length with tape or chalk. This will supersede your order form request. We usually contact you to clarify instructions.
We also offer drop-off service for those located in New York City, or visiting Williamsburg, Brooklyn. We share retail space with Brooklyn Denim Company, but have different staffs, prices and equipment. All walk-in alterations services are handled by Brooklyn Denim Co.; however, fans of our work can order via our website, then drop-off and pick-up at the store with a printed receipt of the online order.
- You cannot make inseam longer than the original length
- This option is to make jeans shorter
- Price is per jean. Shipping is $18, no matter how many jeans hemmed
- Ship cost include shipping TO & FROM your address in the USA
- Maximum lost / damage package insurance is $100 unless insurance is purchased.
- Extra insurance value can be purchased - HERE
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Great service and communication. Really happy with the results. Can’t wait to purchase a pair of jeans gym Williamsburg but the jeans I have my eyes on are out of stock or unavailable in my size :(
Wow, this service was incredible! I bought a pair of heavy weight gustin jeans and they came with too much length. Found out about this through a Google search, sent it off on Tuesday and am now wearing the jeans, perfectly chain-stitch hemmed I might add, on Friday! The local tailor can't even do it that fast! Thank you Williamsburg Garment, I will be using your alteration services again, you can be sure of it!
I live in SF and we have a couple places that will do selvedge stitching, but I won’t send my jeans anywhere else. They hemmed to the perfect length and they don’t looked like they were ever touched! Best service, greats communication, and fast shipping.
They do an excellent job, best price , and are quick
Excellent service and communication. Quality work. And turn around was faster than expected. My new go to for any denim service!
Overall satisfied with the quality and price. The service is fast and efficient. Only slight criticism is I did not receive any updates on the status of the work.
Great service! Quick, helpful, and they did a great job!
Great service, beautiful stitching. I love the easy shipping back and forth. Was previously sending my pants to San Francisco. I'm thrilled to have finally found authentic chain-stitch on the East Coast.