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Hem jeans, but keep the original hem line

SUCH a clever way to alter jeans! Altering Jeans: Shorter (with Identical Hem)

Clip On Camisole Recyle Fabric Scraps Easy Crafts Tutorials

Make a DIY modesty panel to fit over your bras. Cute layering idea for under those shirts that dip too low. I am tired of wearing tank tops all the time! Too many layers!

18 Creative Ways to Upcycle Clothing

18 Creative Ways to Upcycle Clothing

Turn boot cut jeans into skinny jeans. I will be doing this with ALL of my jeans.as soon as I learn how to sew.

Ever wonder just what the heck all those different stitches were for on your sewing machine? Very helpful guide for every single one!

Understanding Sewing Machine Stitches

Understanding Sewing Machine Stitches - Crazy Little Projects Ever wonder just what the heck all those different stitches were for on your sewing machine? Very helpful guide for every single one!

Complete Guide on How to Hem Jeans with original hem - Yes Missy This is genius!

A Complete Guide On How To Hem Jeans - Yes Missy!

Complete Guide on How to Hem Jeans with original hem - Yes Missy This is genius!

Letting Out Pants -  If you've ever struggled to button a pair of pants be sure to check out the Letting Out Pants tutorial. This helpful link will show you how to make pants bigger by letting out the waist. YES.

DIY Clothes DIY Refashion: DIY Take out your jeans waistband tutorialaka make your pants bigger! Maybe I could make some old jeans maternity jeans!

How to make my pants actually fit.  Another investment when I start an RN job is a sewing machine.

Alteration: My new favorite way to keep original hem on jeans

How to hem jeans (or any pants), keeping the original hem. How to hem jeans (or any pants), keeping the original hem. How to hem jeans (or any pants), keeping the original hem.

Sew up a waterproof blanket to keep dry on the wet grass during your next picnic, or add pockets to each corner to keep track of all your things on your next be

25 DIY Blankets for the Beach, Pool or Picnic

DIY sunbathing towel (via the golden adventures: Summer Series - Project

We all have that section of our closet full of clothes that no longer fit us (no? Just me? Okay, then just pretend). It might be clothes that used to fit before you lost or gained weight, clothes that you bought without trying on and then never returned even though they didn’t fit correctly, or pieces that got stretched out or destroyed in some other way.

16 DIY Ways To Make Oversized Clothes Fit Again

Fabric Organizer Bin from Rad Crafter. I think this is one of my favorite bin tutorials, because she includes a cutting template. Also love her handle technique.

Household Storage Caddy - Free Tutorial and Pattern

Mi dispiace per le sarte che ci seguono, visto che con questo articolo ci porta a pensare al loro bellissimo lavoro, ma che visto i tempi di crisi, 10 euro

Con questo metodo elementare non dovrete più spendere soldi per farvi fare l'orlo.

Mi dispiace per le sarte che ci seguono, visto che con questo articolo ci porta a pensare al loro bellissimo lavoro, ma che visto i tempi di crisi, 10 euro

How to Turn Your Jeans Into "Skinny" Jeans (Works For Maternity Jeans, Too!) by It's Great To Be Home, via Flickr

How to Turn Your Jeans Into “Skinny” Jeans - i wonder if i could do these with khaki's too This tutorial linked to another online tutorial that was awesome. I did this today, took me around hours (due to a crappy sewing machine) but turned out awesome!

How to Shorten Jeans by Ashley: Clear instructions and photos. (This would also be great for a growing child with pants which are a bit long. Just let them out as the child grows.) #Sewing #Hemming_Jeans

How to Shorten Jeans by Ashley: Clear instructions and photos. (This would also be great for a growing child with pants which are a bit long. Just let them out as the child grows.) No cutting--smart!

How to Create Smocking {Smocking}Smocking is a beautiful detail to add to your sewing project. This tutorial will teach you how to create this classic detail. You'll need chalk, measuring tape and a needle with thread. Not as hard as you'd think!View This Tutorial

Add gorgeous, eye-catching texture to solid fabrics with this honeycomb smocking tutorial!

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