Jeans Cushion

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About: My ultimate source of Gratification is art. Beauty and intricate designs amaze me but the joy of making those things lure me. Simplicity is the quintessence of art and happiness is enjoying drowning in the a...

Being short is not always bad. Looking on the positive side I can always get trousers cutouts after length alteration. After having so many cutouts at home I thought of making something out of it. In this section, I am presenting one of the things I have made from different colored jeans cutouts.

Materials Required:

  • Jeans or any other fabric
  • Rugs or leftover clothes or cotton for cushion filling

Tools and machines:

  • Scissors
  • Iron
  • Sewing machine
  • Thread
  • Needle

Going wise the image attached here are the steps to make a cushion:

Step 1:

Unstitch the jeans cutout to make a flat fabric and iron it so that it can be stitched easily

Step 2:

Stitch two pieces by one to make a single long strip with sewing machine. Make even no. of such strips (one for back and other for front).

Step 3:

Stitch such strips in parallel to make front and back of the cushion. The final cloth pieces should look like two equal rectangle fabric pieces.

Step 4:

Place one piece on other pieces both in outward in direction and stitch the cushion with the sewing machine.

Step 5:

Stuff it with filling (old rugs or cotton if no waste rugs available) and close the cushion endings by stitching with a needle.

Here's a pic of how the completed cushion will look.. Hope you like it..

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    anishal

    2 years ago

    Great work srishty? Never thought that something can be made out from jeans cuttings

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    SrishtiVanishal

    Reply 2 years ago

    Thanks Anisha... I have made many such things with jeans cutouts ... :)

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    varnits

    2 years ago

    Really creative and one of the best DIY i have seen. Keep it up..

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    SrishtiVvarnits

    Reply 2 years ago

    Thank you Varnit... will be posting more content soon :)

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    SrishtiVBhanupriyaB

    Reply 2 years ago

    Thanks Bhanupriya... I'm glad you liked it :)

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    SrishtiVCanvas of Dreams

    Reply 2 years ago

    Thanks, Utkarsh... It means a lot coming from such a talented person like you... :)

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    AasthaG3

    2 years ago

    Now that's what you call best out of waste.. Its very innovative.. Thanks :)

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    SrishtiVAasthaG3

    Reply 2 years ago

    Thank you for appreciating this :)