DIY Refashion Jeans

DIY Refashion Jeans

DIY Refashion Jeans
DIY Refashion Jeans
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Refashion old jeans with a fun fabric print! If you have holes in your jeans or your kiddo's jeans are a bit too short now, turn them into a wild and fun new pair! Grab some fabric and that old pair of jeans and sew these up in no time. This way you can easily customize the length. If you want to try an exciting new project with your sewing machine, these refashion jeans can't be beat. Add an exciting new statement piece to your wardrobe with these custom pants.

Estimated Cost$11-$20

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

MaterialsFabric

Primary TechniqueSewing

Difficulty LevelEasy

Project TypeMake a Project

Materials List

  • Pair of jeans
  • Fancy fabric: use brights, textured, prints and even home dec material
  • Pins 
  • Sewing machine

Instructions

  1. First measure from the hip just below the knee, cut the jeans and be sure to save your scraps; we’ll use these to measure the fabric added to the bottom of the jeans.

  2. Fold your fancy fabric in half, lay the denim scraps on top of it and measure the width based on the width of the knee. The length can vary depending on how long and wide you want your new pants.

  3. Sew the length of the fancy fabric together.

  4. Turn it inside out and pin right sides together at the knee.

  5. Sew around the knee.

  6. Now pull the fancy fabric right side out and down away from the denim.

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