I’m willing to bet that all of you have at least one pair of jeans that you never wear anymore, just sitting or hanging in the back of the closet, wondering if it’ll ever see the light of day again. I’m much too embarrassed to admit how many old jeans I’ve been hoarding over the years, but it’s definitely more than just one. So instead of clinging on to that pair of pants that simply does not fit you or your style anymore (who are you trying to kid?), why not make something useful out of it?
Easy Video Instructions
I’ve repeated the many benefits of gardening ad nauseam, so I won’t go into that again… (*ahem* It’s therapeutic, makes your home look pretty, and if you grow your own produce you’re saving money and helping the environment.) But if you feel like I do about gardening then you need the obvious tools and a nice garden apron to keep your clothes clean. What’s better than spending money on a new apron? Repurposing your old jeans to make your own apron!
This job will literally just take a few seconds of your precious time; it’s just a few quick snips here and there and you’re all done – no sewing necessary. The denim material is durable and doesn’t get quite as dirty as regular material, you actually use the original waistband and button to fasten the apron around your body, and the back pockets are great for holding your seeds or tools while your work.
Tutorial by CHOW Youtube Channel.