Who doesn’t love jeans? Like it or not, we always have jeans in our wardrobe. According to Mintel’s research in 2012, four to six pairs of jeans go to an average person’s closet. Your denim pair may be crisp, new or worn out and faded, still the iconic pair of jeans is a staple.
There are many ways to wear jeans and more ways to refashion without sacrificing the comfort, function and style it offers. DIY (Do-it-Yourself) videos and tutorials on upcycling an old pair of jeans are becoming popular and most are easy to follow. Additionally, making something out of old jeans without sewing is a bonus!
Spring Warren, author of the gardening book entitled “The Quarter-Acre Farm” shared a DIY video on how to recycle an unwanted pair of jeans into a garden apron. The 47-second video was uploaded via CHOW’s YouTube channel and got more than 1 million views to date. Instead of buying a new garden apron, Warren cut off the jeans, leaving the rear part with the pockets and the waistband. This is a no-sew project, and anyone can make it. Watch the video and try something creative by making your version of it. Don’t forget to share your masterpiece with the world!
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