Jeans fail more often than we would like. If you have a couple of old couples on the mezzanine, here are a few reasons to get them to rework. Some ideas are so good that you want to go for the next pair to the nearest second-hand!
Flower Pot Cover
A great way to hide an old, slightly worn pot. Sew a cover with threads, or fasten the ends with hot glue.
Upholstery for an old chair
You will have to unzip the chair to use parts of the old upholstery as a pattern.
Use material around the seams. It is better to join the spiral with the help of threads - the hot melt glue will melt during operation.
Use a homemade loom that will ease the weaving process.
This technique will allow the use of the smallest trimming of denim.
Another option cups stand
Weave the individual elements and fasten the machine seam around the edges.
Bowl for small things
Rip the fabric with your hands to achieve thinner edges. Stick the scraps on the bowl with the help of PVA and wait until it is completely dry.
Sew the frame from different color parts. As a filler, use sintepon or old clothes.
Denim Honeycomb Cushion
Use a stencil to carve out individual parts. Lay out the honeycomb gradient, going from dark to light shades, and then sew on a typewriter to a fabric basis. To get more shades, turn some details on the wrong side.
You can increase the size to add everything you need to the basket. Weave the bottom, and then put the workpiece on some container, such as a bucket, and braid the walls vertically. You can add a wire frame for a more rigid form.