20 Clever Ways To Turn Old Jeans Into New Masterpieces


You definitely have heard about or seen those creative DIY projects that involve repurposing old jeans into useful new items. So, if you own a pair of jeans which you can’t wear anymore and are looking for some inspiration, we have just the right suggestions for you. There are lots of options available and the task is perfect for any sewing amateur. The DIY community has offered various ideas that go beyond the normal repurposing project, like a modern bag, a sleeve for your smart-phone or even a fancy decorative wreath, placemat with silverware sleeve, Christmas sock and many more! Make sure you take into consideration these next denim reinvented objects the next time you want to do something with your old pair of jeans.



1. DIY Denim Rag Quilt

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2. DIY Farm Girl Apron Tutorial from Recycled Jeans

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3. DIY Jeans Pillow

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4. DIY Funny Jeans Pillows

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5. DIY Jeans Christmas Stockings


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5 Responses to “20 Clever Ways To Turn Old Jeans Into New Masterpieces”

  1. Dennis Reynolds says:

    I like several of these ideas !

  2. keren humphrey says:

    where’s instructions for denim flip flops?

  3. Cherrie Mckinstry says:

    I made a bluesman quilt back in 1979. I also covered an office chair that the plastic vinyl covering was peeling off. Put pockets on the back of the back rest. Then made a bluesman clothes pin bag from a pair of kids jeans. Also a braided rug which I need to finish the one I made recently. I used to use the old double knit slacks for rugs too. Very durable.

  4. Cherrie Mckinstry says:

    I especially liked the Christmas stocking. Grocery carriers, car organizers and cooler covers to insulate from the sun are other ideas.
    Did someone say denim flipflops?

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