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post #61 of 87
Dropped off my jeans on Sat, picked them up on Mon (despite it being a national holiday, Atsui was up and running!). Here's a picture of the old hem (the chainstitching was removed cause it was tapered a bit), and a shot of the chainstitching. Not sure why, but the pieces that were cut off aren't straight...*shrug* Still looks good though so, eh.
post #62 of 87
Sorry about the scrap, but you had a lot of stacking going on and it was impossible to cut clean across. That was a nice pair to work on.

We can do a little repair work as well. For instance, if the crotch blows out any on that pair who8, bring'em down and we will see what we can do at no charge
post #63 of 87
That's a really nice modded Union Special Atsui. I must get to Seattle.
post #64 of 87
Thanks a lot for the offer, Jay. You probably saw my attempt at patching up the crotch, haha...It'll probably blow soon and I'm doing what I can. But I'm sure you'll see me again with my PBJs soon enough.
post #65 of 87
turnaround time for my chainstitch at BiG was about 10 minutes... amazing 45rpm only stitches for instore now if anyone was curious
post #66 of 87
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45rpm only stitches for instore now if anyone was curious

You sure about this?
I had a customer just email me saying they got three pairs of jeans bought from us over the last couple of years hemmed there last week.. he was upset that he had to pay $45 A JEAN to get them hemmed.
post #67 of 87
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You sure about this?
I had a customer just email me saying they got three pairs of jeans bought from us over the last couple of years hemmed there last week.. he was upset that he had to pay $45 A JEAN to get them hemmed.
BENDER: Demand suddenly skyrocketed, you all saw it!
post #68 of 87
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Originally Posted by kiya View Post
You sure about this?
I had a customer just email me saying they got three pairs of jeans bought from us over the last couple of years hemmed there last week.. he was upset that he had to pay $45 A JEAN to get them hemmed.

$45? I remember it used to be like $15 a few year ago, last time i went there, it was i think $25, but fucking $45?
post #69 of 87
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Originally Posted by kiya View Post
You sure about this?
I had a customer just email me saying they got three pairs of jeans bought from us over the last couple of years hemmed there last week.. he was upset that he had to pay $45 A JEAN to get them hemmed.

i emailed them a few weeks ago (dec 20) asking and I got an email back from Laura saying they didnt stitch for jeans outside of their brand
post #70 of 87
Any place in the Detroit area that does this?
post #71 of 87
Anyone know of any solid places in San Diego for chain stiching? Thanks in advance.
post #72 of 87
chain stitching is OVER RATED get over it .
if you want to go real old school use a straight stitch with baised tape.....hell yah.
Not saying I wouldnt use a chain stitch on my jean but if I needed them altered a straight stitch is stronger.
post #73 of 87
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Anyone know of any solid places in San Diego for chain stiching? Thanks in advance.

We just messaged you.
post #74 of 87
Sorry to bump an old thread, but what about shirts that are done with triple chain stitching and need altering? Are there any places that can do this?

post #75 of 87
Rising Sun in Pasadena does chainstitching, though I'm not sure if they accept mail orders on chainstitching or not. Last I checked (a couple of months ago), they were charging $20 per pair of jeans.
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