SewRob is committed to raising the standard of tailoring and garment production. We preserve design integrity with unrelenting attention to detail, using classical craftsmanship, and utilizing modern techniques and equipment. Our very passionate staff is committed to providing the best service possible for our clients.
SewRob specializes in custom tailoring for men, women, and children. We are also known for our repair capabilities. Denim and knit repair are our most popular divisions. Our custom making and small production departments are also receiving growing recognition.
Within SewRob, you will find our retail division, QnE. QnE is our internal boutique that focuses on women’s cocktail dresses and foundation garments.
SewRob is located on the Main Line of Philadelphia and services clients near and far. Appointments work best for most of our services. However, walk-ins are welcome and will try to be accommodated. You can schedule appointments online, over the phone, fax or email.
2000 – SewRob began in a small studio in Ardmore
2002 – Opened an office space in Ardmore
2004 – Wynnewood location was opened
2013 – Wayne location was opened
2020 – King of Prussia location was opened
SewRob has grown from a small studio, working on a house-call basis, to the current 3 locations on the Main Line and in the Philadelphia suburbs.
Rob brought SewRob to life in 2000, after branching out of the family business. He worked out of a small studio in Ardmore (which he had converted from a garage/warehouse space) and worked with most of his clients through house calls. Rob approached local retailers to offer his services and spread the word of his burgeoning new business. Since he did not participate in advertising, customers came by word of mouth, from one satisfied client to another.
As the business continued to grow, the need for a brick and mortar fitting location became apparent. Rob moved into an office space in 2002, where he could meet with clients, expand his staff and begin to make SewRob a household name on the Main Line.
In 2004, SewRob moved into a storefront in Wynnewood in a busy shopping center (what is now the CVS Shopping Center). Here SewRob was able to grow to house a women’s boutique and continue to develop the production and repairs departments.
In 2013, SewRob opened a second location in Wayne in the Eagle Village Shops, where the custom making division has flourished.
In 2020, SewRob opened in King of Prussia, five minutes from the King of Prussia mall.
Currently SewRob operates out of three different locations on the Main Line and in the Philadelphia suburbs with a full staff to service our more than 17,000 clients. We run monthly tailoring promotion and work with local schools to develop uniforms and offer prom tailoring services. Our production department has helped local designers get their start and expand their product lines.
Fun fact: When Rob first began the business, he called it “Sewing by Rob.” The sign maker suggested he shorten it, and the name turned into Sew-Rob, then finally to SewRob. This also happens to sound exactly the same as Rob’s given name from his parents, Sohrab!