Are your jeans annoyingly too long? I’ve got you covered. This DIY raw hem jeans tutorial takes five minutes and your jeans will be the perfect length!

This is a really simple no-sew way to hem jeans

If you have a problem with your jeans being too long, today’s DIY is for you! This is a super easy DIY project to hem jeans that are too long.

It literally takes less than five minutes.

And because I love you guys so much, I filmed it so you can see just how to do it.

Here’s what you’ll need for this project

Watch this video to learn how to do this!

or you can watch it over on my youtube channel here

Similar to the boots I’m wearing in the video

This tutorial shows you how to keep the original ankle area

The raw hem isn’t for everyone, but you might still want your jeans a little shorter.

THIS TUTORIAL shows you how to shorten your pants but keep the original band at the bottom.

Outfit Details:
Old Boden Sweater (Similar here)
Old Madewell Jeans (Similar Here)
Old Lucky Brand Shoes (Similar Here)
Tortoise Shell Sunglasses 
Round Studded Bag (similar here)

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How to DIY Raw Hem Jeans (Video Tutorial)

DIY raw hem for your jeans

Are your jeans annoyingly too long? I’ve got you covered. This DIY raw hem jeans tutorial takes five minutes and your jeans will be the perfect length!

 

This is a really simple no-sew way to hem jeans

If you have a problem with your jeans being too long, today’s DIY is for you! This is a super easy DIY project to hem jeans that are too long.

It literally takes less than five minutes.

And because I love you guys so much, I filmed it so you can see just how to do it.

 

Here’s what you’ll need for this project

 

Watch this video to see how to hem jeans without a sewing machine

 

or you can watch it over on my youtube channel here

Similar to the boots I’m wearing in the video

 

If you want to keep the original hem on your jeans, try this tutorial.

The raw hem isn’t for everyone, but you might still want your jeans a little shorter.

THIS TUTORIAL shows you how to shorten your pant legs while still keeping the original hem.

 

Outfit Details:
Old Boden Sweater (Similar here)
Old Madewell Jeans (Similar Here)
Old Lucky Brand Shoes (Similar Here)
Tortoise Shell Sunglasses 
Round Studded Bag (similar here)

 

 

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5 Comments

  1. Lilly Baldridge says:

    OMG!! this is so easy. as a shortly at only 5’2, I’ve been hemming them all my life and now, this trend is just my jam! THank you! do you do it only on skinny jeans? I guess they won;t work with boot cut or wider legs.

  2. Sarah says:

    I also like to take a pumice stone to rough up the edges before washing/drying. My favorite style jeans with a frayed hem is ankle/cropped flares. As a short person, jeans never fit right, I love this trend.

  3. I watched your video tutorial. This is quite easy to learn, um gonna hem my jeans at home on my own by following your tutorial.thanks for sharing this helpful video.

  4. Emeli says:

    Thank you very much for sharing this information. I often do something like this on my own and like to experiment with clothes. It is a pity that such experiences can not make quality denim pants in the store https://pandomoto.com/ such things I still have to buy.

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