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Good Tailor?

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    Roland
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    I have a coat that needs some repair. It hasn’t kept up with my wild antics. Just needs some restitching. I think. I don’t know what I’m talking about.

    Where can I take it to get fixed up? I love the coat and I’m very sad about this :(

    #185497

    enzo
    Participant

    Yeah, and from the dry cleaning thread I need a tailor to use yarn and fix a couple of sweaters from my antics.

    #185498

    bayrea
    Participant
    #185499

    Roland
    Participant

    thanks bayrea

    #185500

    desecration
    Participant

    Boris on Bethel Road

    #185501

    HeySquare
    Participant

    If it’s a repair and nothing too complicated, I really like Marie’s… she’s downtown, on Front, just south of Long.

    Very reasonable prices.

    #185502

    KSquared
    Member

    desecration wrote Boris on Bethel Road

    +1 on Boris

    Just had some jeans hemmed with a “tricky” hem and a coat repaired. Turned out great!

    #185503

    Brewmaster
    Member

    I just got two jackets done at Jin’s on 1st Ave. in Grandview. Good job…good prices. Highly recommended.

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    #185504

    Cyclist
    Member

    Laura A can maybe fix it.

    #185505

    billiejean
    Member

    Bump.

    I’m also looking for a good but affordable tailor to tailor some blazers from H&M.

    So far I’ve been looking through CU’s threads to find good suggestions for a good tailor. I’ve come up with Shim’s, Boris, and Jin’s that sound promising.

    Anyone else have any suggestions?

    #185506

    wildgoose77
    Member

    Three good suggestions isn’t enough to go on?

    #185507

    joev
    Participant

    We go to the woman across from Giant Eagle and next to Barcelona in German Village. She is awesome. She can do a lot more than simple hemming and does it precisely and quick. She’s Russian, and not much for small talk. Expect a “Go to platform” rather than “hello.”

    #185508

    Twixlen
    Participant

    Hills Alterations, W Broad Street… they do awesome work.

    #185509
    murfmurphy
    murfmurphy
    Participant

    Twixlen said:
    Hills Alterations, W Broad Street… they do awesome work.

    +1 We had her replace the zipper on one my wife’s winter coats. She did a great job!

    #185510

    Roland
    Participant

    Boris on Bethel did a great job repairing my coat.

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