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Theres just something about a pair of red heels...

did jeans like this.......back in the day :)

Chloé jean skirt.---forget cut off shorts, way to upcycle torn jeans or denim skirts:) @ our little Huntsville girls

This would be very cute using old jeans or vintage fabric. I could use this for my crochet hooks or my scissors.

DIY Lace Inset Jeans. -- Have a rip or tear in your jeans? Patch it up with lace! Or, to get this look, use scissors to create a horizontal rip. There’s very little sewing required, and instead of using a sewing machine, you could even create a sewing pattern by hand that would look really nice with the lace.

In my eyes, it is a myth that boys don't craft! Here are ideas to get the little guys creative (of course, girls can join in too)

Aprons from jeans. Great sewing idea. this was sold on etsy no pattern. - It looks like she just cut open the leg of a pair of jeans, cut it into an apron shape, and edged it in bias tape. The pocket is great. Probably a back pocket removed and placed onto the apron. Fun! (I am soooo doing this!!!)

I need this for a tool belt. I hate it when I have to go hunting for the hammer that I laid down who knows where 2 minutes ago!

How to fix old jeans with holes for the "destroyed" broken-in look. Pretty thorough DIY instructions using interfacing and a sewing machine.

These are "recycled jeans", but I bet I could make an AWESOME hanging toiletry bag like this. I want one that has more pockets and doesn't dump my stuff on the floor...

To make the ""Isabelle" jean skirt, took a pair of faded, destroyed jeans with cool tatters, rips and holes to form a yoke for the top.Next, made a skirt bottom out of tiers of beige ecru silky crepe and lined it with a satiny beige lining.Then, I made tiers of exquisite vintage lace and tattered the lace to complement the destroyed denim.