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  • 4415 Stone Way N, Seattle • Fremont
    Sara Eizen - These guys are great!!! I went in with a sleeping bag that I thought for sure the zipper was toast and right there on the spot they figured out what was wrong, which was nothing, and had me on my way.
    Shannon Garbaccio - We had a beloved, but badly damaged and old Patagonia jacket repaired here, they did an amazing job. They were very realistic about what they could do and are reasonably priced.
  • 7109 Woodlawn Ave NE 205, Seattle • Greenlake
    Rand Fishkin - They've done amazing work for Geraldine for years, and now they're doing some stuff for me -- really great service and work; the prices are good, but not cheap. Definitely worth it though!
    Karren A Schafer - I've used Eltsa's for both casual clothing and designer clothing alterations. Very knowledgeable and talented team of seamstresses. They do quality work and will tell you if they can't do something.
  • 323 W Galer St, Seattle • Queen Anne
    Jonathan Sposato - I love owners of this shop because the quality of their work is really high, and they’re extremely stylish. I will find the coolest pair of 70’s bell bottom plaid pants in a thrift shop in Palm Springs, bring them there, and they make those pants rock. They understand fit and how to tailor clothes to flatter their clients. It’s always a fun experience.
    Pepper's Personal Assistants - Contact: Misook Chung
  • 206 S Jackson St, Seattle • Pioneer Square
    Laura - Phenomenal work. Did a great job of hemming my jeans with the original hems so they look just like I bought them.
  • 11738 15th Ave NE, Seattle • Pinehurst
    Gina Tran - Reasonable prices and love the ladies that run this business. They did a great job of tailoring my bridesmaid jumpsuit and I've asked them for other small fixes here and there.
  • 1817 Queen Anne Ave N, Seattle • Queen Anne
    Lindsay Pedersen - She is an excellent seamstress. Everything I throw at her, she tosses back beautifully. In a pinch, I've also had her steam/iron clothing. Not inexpensive, but I've always felt I received a good value.
  • Laura - Super speedy and they do great work!
  • 319 Seneca St, Seattle • Downtown
    Celeste Olds - These ladies are AMAZING. They're fast, they're good, they're fun and reasonably priced.
    I brought a tricky tent zipper that had broken, it wasn't an easy fix, but they were really good-natured about finding a solution to fix it.

    And really, I can't stress how lovely all the people are that work there. This is the kind of business you feel good about giving your money too.
  • 1521 2nd Ave, Seattle • Downtown
    Tony Oteromarrero - John has been doing my tailoring since I moved to Seattle 25 years ago. His precision and kind heart makes this one of my absolute favorite business Downtown
  • 3211 NE 45th Pl, Seattle • Laurelhurst
    Todd Edebohls - No job is too small for Diane's. They do high quality work. They’ve repaired two sweaters for me.

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Brooklyn Benjestorf
7 days ago • Capitol Hill
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Hey y'all - I'm in search of a good tailor and dry cleaner on Capitol Hill. Any suggestions?
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7 days ago
Liz Pearce Green Dry Cleaners at 15th and John - super nice and the owner has done a number of alterations for me.
Meredith Fife I think the tailor depends on what you need fixed. If it's outdoor gear, I've heard great things about Rainy Pass Repair. Northwest Tailor and Cleaners has some great reviews on FC , but I think they are Queen Anne. Hope you find someone!
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