To make a hem, measure for the desired length, add an inch, and measure a 1/2-inch fold. Fold the fabric, press, fold again, and press. Finish the hem with a blind slip stitch. More »

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Fold the edge of the pants under to your desired length, and secure the fold with a pin. Iron the fold to create a crease, and cut the excess material, leaving 1/2 inch of material. Apply liquid plastic to the cut edge t... More »

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Hem dress pants by removing the old hem, folding the edge of the fabric under 1/2 inch and ironing the fold in place. Then try the pants on, and mark the proper length by pinning the hem in place. Iron the new hem, and s... More »

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Hem dress pants by removing the old hem, folding the edge of the fabric under 1/2 inch and ironing the fold in place. Then try the pants on, and mark the proper length by pinning the hem in place. Iron the new hem, and s... More »

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To fray shorts, cut the ends to the length you want, drag a razor along the cut hem to distress them, and put the shorts into the washer and dryer. The movement created by the dryer further frays the denim. More »

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To perfectly fit a men's suit, the neck, chest, stomach, waist, hips, shoulder, bicep, wrist, crotch, knee, vest length, jacket length, sleeve length, pants length, inseam, thigh width, and half hem must be measured. It ... More »

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Fold the edge of the pants under to your desired length, and secure the fold with a pin. Iron the fold to create a crease, and cut the excess material, leaving 1/2 inch of material. Apply liquid plastic to the cut edge t... More »

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