What You Didn't Know You Could Do With Your Old Clothes

You'll be surprised at how versatile your clothes can be.

By Hometalk Highlights

You can sew your old torn jeans into a quilt

This would look fabulous on any couch or bed.

Or turn it into a lumberjack table runner

Add some natural wood accents for a simple stunning centerpiece.

Use them as disinfectant wipes

They’re re-usable, eco-friendly, have no chemicals, and are so much better than Clorox.

Someone turned their shirts into yarn

You’re options of what to do with your old clothes were just blown wide open.

Another person made them into dryer sheets

Your clothes have been in the dryer so often, they know what they’re doing.

This shirt turned into a cute flower

These flowers can practically go with just about anything.

And these became cushions

I would never have thought of doubling storing crates as seats.

And turn tie-dye shirts into a picnic blanket

You’ll be going on picnics a lot more often with this blanket.

These shirts became a gallery wall

Since hanging fabrics is a trend, why not add t-shirt fabrics into the mix?

This shirt is now pretty wall decor

A braided friendly word is all you need for a welcoming entrance.

These clothes now hold groceries

I’m always looking for reusable shopping bags, and now I can make them.

You can make a rug out of them

This would be perfect as a bath mat.

Or make a super comfy blanket

On a winter’s day, I want to snuggle up with one of these.