Garment Mending Services


Let me help you with that broken garment that's languishing in your closet! I periodically do markets and events where you can drop your repairs off with me! Both visible and invisible repair options are available depending on your needs. Find all of the info about dropping off a garment to repair here! (Please note that I don't generally do alterations - sorry! See the list below for tailor recommendations.)


You can also contact me to request a mend if you don't live in the Boston area and want to mail your garment in, or if you're not sure whether something can be repaired or not. Don't forget to send photos!


See some of my past mending work here.


Or go the DIY route and learn to mend your own clothes by taking a workshop with me!




Other Mending Recommendations


These folks also offer mending services and other specialties! Check their websites or reach out to them for more info on their offerings!



In the Boston area:


House Of Painted Eyes Studio - general garment mending


Maggie Ruth Mends - visible mending and natural dyeing


Homme Repair - repair and rebuilds


High Hand Mending - high touch mending service for once & future heirloom pieces


Union Square Tailoring - tailoring, alterations, and some repairs


Zipper Hospital - zipper repairs, clothing alterations, luggage repairs, and more


Invisible Reweaving by Toni Columbo - invisible repairs for fine garments & sweaters


Morris Shoe Repair & Leather - repairs for shoes and other leather goods like bags and jackets (they're old school and don't have a website - click the link for their location on google maps)





Indigo Proof (Portland OR) - mail order denim restoration


Barnburner Mending (where MA, NH & VT meet) - mending and embellishment


Old Flame Mending (Pittsburgh PA) - we'll mend anything but a broken heart


Frayed Threads Mending (Seattle WA) - textile mending, repair, & refashioning


Wildwood Mending (CT) - visble mending wool & swiss darning in colorwork



Find more menders on the World Map of Mending, a project by my mending hero Kate Sekules.


And don't forget about your local dry cleaner! They often offer simple repairs and alterations like hemming!






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