It doesn't quite fit, there are holes that must be mended, YOU need several pairs of pants hemmed?
We provide fine tailoring services and quality treatment of your special garments. Our Renegade Seamstress can fix and or alter any fabric or clothing issue that you can dream up! Repairs made on site.
Have a Question? Call: (828) 423-1296
OUR Shop is located at 248 Haywood Rd. Asheville, NC 28806. We are Next door to Urban Cider and across from Short St. Cakes. Look for the Fashion Truck parked out front and the Sewing Machine Painted on the side of the Building!
Alterations & Clothing Renovations Price list
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Basic Alterations: • Rip in seam, pants, jeans, shirts, Starting at $5.00 • Shorten sleeves on a dress shirt: $19. • Shorten sleeves on a jacket: $28 (without buttons) to $36 (with buttons). • Take in the body of a jacket: $40 (two seams) to $52 (three seams). • Take in a dress shirt: $20. • Adjust the shoulders of a jacket: $35. • Hem a skirt or a dress (width and hem dependent): $14-$26 • Hem a pair of jeans / pants: $14 /$12-10 (lined pants $18) • Take in a sheath dress: $45. • Zipper replacement, zipper cost plus installation time (more estimates below)
Replace seat of pants patch $24.00 Large Patches $8.00 per patch Medium Patches $5.00 per patch Small Patches $3.00 per patch
Button $1.00 per sewn on button
Replace Button /Snap $4.00/ $6.00 Make Button Hole $1.50 per button hole
Straps shortened Startig at $25.00 Sides taken in Starting at $35.00 Double Hems Starting at $65.00 Triple Hems Starting at $80.00
Jackets: Shorten Jackets Sleeves (no lining) with buttons Starting at $15.00 no Buttons Starting at $12.00 Replace Lining in jackets, pants both Starting at $75.00 Taper Jackets Lined Starting at $18.00 Taper Jackets Unlined Starting at $15.00
Pants: Taper Legs on Pants both sides Starting at $10.00 Take Up Crotch on Pants Starting at $10.00 Make Pockets for Pants Starting at $7.00 Take out Pockets Starting at $7.00 Take in Waist, Pants/Skirts Double seam Starting at $10.00 Repair Belt Loops on Pants Each $1.00 per belt loop Take in Waist, Pants, Skirts Single seam Starting at $8.00 Replace Elastic Pants Starting at $10.00 Hem Shorten Pants with Cuffs Starting at $12.00 Hem Shorten Pants Wider Leg Starting at $15.00 Hem Shorten Pants with Lining Starting at $15.00 Hem Pants, Shorten, Regular Width Starting at $10.00
Shirt/Blouse: Take off Collar on Shirts or Blouses Starting at $10.00 Take in Sides on Single Seam Starting at $8.00 Shorten or Lengthen Sleeves on Top Starting at $10.00 Adjust Shoulder seams Starting at $15.00 Make Pockets for Shirts Starting at $8.00 Take in sides on Single Seam Starting at $10.00 Take in sides on Double Seam Starting at $12.00
Skirts: Take in sides on Double Seam Starting at $10.00 Hem/Wide Width Skirts Starting at $20.00 Hem/Replace ruffle or braid on the bottom of the skirt Starting at $30.00 Take in Sides on Single Seam Starting at $8.00 Shorten Regular Width Starting at $10.00 Replace Elastic Waistband within casing $20.00
Men’s: Shorten sleeves on a dress shirt: $19. Shorten sleeves on a jacket: $23 (without buttons) to $28 (with buttons). Take in the body of a jacket: $40 (two seams) to $52 (three seams).
Zippers: Replace Regular,18 inch, Invisible Zipper, Dresses Starting at $12.00 + zipper Replace 20+ Inch Regular Zipper on Jackets Starting at $25.00 + zipper Replace Regular 9 inch Zipper on Pants Starting at $15.00
Suede and leather per item: Clothing or Handbag With a Worn-Out Lining For a ripped garment lining: Whether it's in a coat or a skirt, the lining can be repaired with the help of the renegade seamstress. A small tear in a dress interior can usually be fixed for less than $10, but if the entire lining needs an overhaul, replacing it can run at least $75.
A sampling of how we can alter your pants: • Length: Pant legs can usually be let down 1 1/2 inches. Ideally, hem pants up two inches maximum (the proportions will be off if more than that is taken up). • Rise: A tailor can take in or let out the rise as long as there is 3/4 inch of fabric to work with. • Pockets: Pockets that gape can be sewn shut or removed. Pockets can be added to some seams. • Waist: A tailor can take in the waist up to 1 1/2 inches at the back or along the side seams. If pants are snug, usually 1/2 inch of fabric can be let out. • Tapering: Slightly narrowing the legs is possible, but you can’t turn bell-bottoms into skinny pants without causing fit issues. • Add extra belt loops.
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