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Why waste? You can turn your forgotten, out-of-style, or unwearable jeans into a ready to use crafter's dream!Use these steps to efficiently deconstruct a pair of jeans into ...
You will need:A pair of JeansSturdy Sewing shears
Begin by removing the belt loops. pull the loop away from the stitching and work scissors under the belt loop. try to cut away the stitching leaving the ...
Remove the waist band. Cut very close to the seam and be sure to cut above the zipper stop to insure that the zipper remains usable. (to spice ...
Next cut out the zipper fly, cut close to the seams, but leave the inner and outer flaps intact. You can sew in the zipper as-is to make ...
Cut out and save the front pockets. There are two ways to do this. You can flip the jeans inside out and lay the pocket flat, Cut the ...
Cut and remove the thick double fold seams from the back yoke and center back. cut as close to the seam as possible, through the crotch and up ...
Remove the back pockets by cutting close to the seam. For pockets with a flap, like the ones shown, cut close to the seam all the way around. ...
You should be left with the two legs of the pants each with a soft seam running down the center. These pieces can be used to make anything ...
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