Jeans Too Wide Hack. Think of this process more like a haircut. Start with a pair of jeans that’s somewhat close to the fit you hope to achieve.
Basically, you loop the belt loop closest to the big button on your jeans around said button, which cinches the waist of your pants. Use a pot that’s clean and large enough to fit the jeans. Hemmed by cutting off the original hem and sewing it to.
Then, You Button And Zip Your Jeans Up Like Normal, And Boom!
Putting the arm through the top of the jeans can be useful to know which jeans are narrow and which are too wide. Think of this process more like a haircut. Stand on each leg of the jeans, bend down, and use your hands to manually pull and stretch the jeans while they are wet.
Put Two Parts On The Inside Of The Jeans At The Top And Get An Elastic Band And Add It Inside.
Once they are inside out i mark the narrowest point of the leg. Try to keep the amount of fabric from the front and the back roughly equal.after you pin (just the one leg), sit down and be sure you have not. Cuff or roll your jeans to get rid of the extra fabric.
Don’t Crowd The Machine With Too Many Clothes.
Choose a leg and pin out the excess fabric along the outside seam. Pull it through using a safety band. Remove the pins and turn the pants inside out.
Cut Off And Resewn To The Shorter Length 3.
Fill it with water and bring it to a rolling boil. Make sure to do this for both legs as you are unlikely to be symmetrical, and imperfection is okay. If your favorite jeans started gaping after a few years, take them to a tailor and ask to take in the jeans in the middle, back, and on both sides, hiding the adjustments under belt loops.
Use A Pot That’s Clean And Large Enough To Fit The Jeans.
Draw a line down the jean leg about 1/2 inch from your leg from the knee to the ankle. Hemmed by cutting off the original hem and sewing it to. This trick is the easiest way to try to stretch out a pair of jeans that shrunk down.