Denim Wall Storage
- Loosen embroidery circle by twisting the screw and remove smaller circle
- Place smaller circle under pants around pocket, Place large circle on top of pants around pocket
- Carefully work smaller circle into bigger circle – you might need to loosen larger circle a lot
- Once in place tighten bigger embroidery circle
- Pull pants as tight and taunt as possible in embroider circles
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Chris Keating-Ingelse on Nov 07, 2020
Oh, man! I just cleaned out my closet and donated all my old (larger size! yay me!) jeans to Goodwill! Looks like I have to buy some back! This is truly inspiring.
Erika Cooper on Aug 01, 2021
This project immediately landed itself in the Top Five Best Projects I’ve seen on here. When I do this (bc it’s an amazing idea that is creative AF), I’ll probably paint the embroidery hoops or play around with that as a concept (Oh! You could make really cool upcycled t-shirt lampshades!! I think I just derailed all my other projects tonight…stay tuned for lamps?). Otherwise, it’s freakin’ great and SUPER useful as a storage spot as well! I feel like vertical storage usually takes up more square footage than it purports, so, over time, your really well-organized rooms feel like they’re getting curiously smaller. But these are flat! You could do this over a weird little wall niche and have a little hidden storage behind…or make a grouping of them and hang it in an entryway so everyone in the house has a designated spot for the keys and such or a group of them in a playroom to organize art supplies or like little mailboxes for the kids to leave fairy notes and gnome requests and such! Oh how fun!! Thank you for your inspiration!! I look forward to more! Yay!
Not a question. You are brilliant!!
Did the pocket with the zipper already have it or did you add one?