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Got a pair of old jeans lying around? Why not turn them into a new stylish skirt? It's really simple, just follow the directions below.If you want to ...
First, take out your old jeans, lay them out flat on the table and cut about 12 inches off the legs. If you want, you can make it ...
Take out your seam ripper. If you don't have a seam ripper, get one. They are cheap and will ROCK your DIY world!
Turn the pants inside out and with the seam ripper, start ripping the seams at the crotch and go all the way down both of the inseams.
Now, turn your pants right side and rip out other outer part of the inseams.
When you are done it should look something like this.
Rip the front seam up to where the zipper begins and rip the back seam up to where your belt loops begin.
Carefully, pin the front pieces together. By carefully i mean, make sure the front stays smooth and you get no bunching. I also flattened out the top, overlapping ...
Then, turn your skirt inside out and pin the back pieces together. the most important part of the pinning is the very top where the seams meets the ...
Sew a seam following your back pin line.
Turn the skirt right side out and sew a seam following your front pin line.
Congratulations, you just made yourself a denim skirt! That wasn't hard, right?
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