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Photo Credit: [untitled photo of jeans with patches]. (N.D.) Retrieved by January 13, 2016 from http://www.teenvogue.com/gallery/patchwork-jeans
Sometimes it’s hard to get rid of those old jeans, simply because you feel you’ll be wasting money. The truth is, your right you’ll be throwing money out of the window. Recycling isn’t just for paper or plastic you may also recycle your old jeans by turning them into cute little accessories. You may need a new book cover, or a new apron for your little one. Prepare to get creative and start crafting up some of your favorite jeans and make them useful again.

You may have your favorite pair of jeans that you’ve grown out of. Turning your jeans into something fabulous can be fun for you and your friends. You may want may have worn out jeans that may be perfect for a little dye and color. Just when you think you have no use in your denim jeans you can grab your glue gun, or sewing machine and make new trends to show off.

Ever bought a pair of jeans and snagged them on something and created a nasty tear? Instead of throwing them in the back of your closet, revamp them into lace jeans. You can find things such as buttons or lacing or even dye at hobby lobby, add some embellishments to make your new design more appealing to fashion.

Written by: Amesha Patterson, Staff Writer, Modern Domestic

 

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