DIY Apron from Recycled Jeans


| 3/21/2014 4:03:00 PM


Do you have a pair of jeans that you out grew or have a hole in a ‘tragic’ area?

Do you wash dishes or craft and are tired of the leak-through?

If you said yes, then this craft is for you. This DIY jeans to apron upcycling project is easy to complete in one hour. I know I kept a pile of jeans around because it felt wasteful to throw them away. I also hang on to the random 1/2 yard of fabric left over from other projects. Over the years I’ve come up with a few great uses for old jeans and this DIY apron is one of my favorites.

Project Description

Materials



1 pair of jeans with the knees intact. Mine were husband size 35-35
1/2 yard of fabric 45in wide or more.
Thread to coordinate with (or accent!) your fabric



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