|We all know the wonderful
feeling is it when you find a great pair of jeans that fit your body just
right. And you know those jeans look good on you too. You'll wear them
until either they fall apart, or you grow out of them. Everyone owns
at least one pair of jeans, and why not. Their comfortable, stylish, and
you can dress them up or down with your top, shoes, and accessories.
According to studies, the number one apparel that has been produced in the
United State for the last couple of years in a row is blue jeans! We buy
over 450 million pairs a year! WOW. I know my family owns about 25
pairs on that list. So for what ever reason, if your jeans don't fit, or
can't be used for anymore, don't throw them away, recycle them.
We have many projects that your old jeans
can be recycled into. Most of them are quick and easy to sew.
Recycling old jeans is fun and a creative way to expand your crafting
Denim is a strong fabric that can hold up very well, making recycling a
lot easier. Crafting, quilting, and fashion design projects can all be
made from recycled blue jeans.
Before you think about
throwing away those old jeans, try a few Green alternatives. Recycle your
used denim by turning them into some fun projects. They’re easy to sew and
virtually free, since you already have most of the materials at home. So
go ahead and rummage around our "Green with
Jeans" area of the site where you can find ways to recycle your old
our African 9 patch pillow,
or our denim tote bag, and much more.
even have projects for your pets!