Remove the pocket from jeans and slip plastic into it to make it waterproof. How clever!
Trace the shape of a dog bone onto your jeans and fill with toy squeakers.
Create the coolest storage boxes for your bits and bobs by cutting up some old jeans!
Pockets are the greatest invention! Cut up some pockets, sew and add a belt for a rod.
All you need is a weaving mat and some denim scraps for this.
Cut up a pair of jeans and fasten it around a copper frame for a magazine holder.
Create a no sew denim pillow sleeve and transfer an old T-shirt on top of it. Too cute!
Suitcases need padding and protection. Add some sturdy denim fabric to keep it from scratching.
Soften up those chairs by using old jeans as upholstery. Surprisingly comfortable.
Add strips of denim to your craft caddy as a crafty & nifty means of support.
Cut up some old denim trousers for practical pot holders to prevent burns!
Dress up your door wreath with some scraps of denim and a denim rose.
Wrap a wood frame with pool noodles and stuff a pair of jeans. Add shoes and soil and stand it up!
Add a quirky touch to your throw pillow by giving it a pocket.
Cut and sew some of your old jeans together to make a toiletry organizer.
Make some adorable storage baskets from bell bottomed jeans.
Cut up some Salvation Army jean material into squares and paint them in Christmas motifs.
Turn them into wine bottle sleeves that everyone can admire.
Create adorable wall art with a denim pocket stretched over an embroidery hoop.
Create some rosette styled coasters from denim scraps.
Crochet strips of cut denim into a form of a loop and work rounds along the pot.
Make a funky pillow out of circular cuts of denim fabric. Groovy!
Cut off a jean leg, stuff it & sow it up to use as way to stop drafts from coming through the door.
Cut triangles out of templates & add ribbon!
Turn jean pockets into a garland of rosettes for the 4th of July.
Use an embroidery hoop as a guide and insert pocket inside of the hoop.
Simply cover your jeans over the pillow and stitch accordingly.
Place different motif fabric into the center of a square of fabric, then sew together.
Use a pasta bowl to trace the jeans and cut a different fabric ¼” smaller to place into the center.