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"Old jeans, would like to try something like this but shorter, maybe right above the knee" Said person who pinned this before me...I can't wear short skirts with my crazy pale legs, so I like the long length ^.^

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

Jeans to Skinny Jeans. Just saw this pin, and immediately did it! Works like a charm, simple even for the novice sewer (like me!)

bleach jeans to white and dye - great to do with a pair from Goodwill!

  • becky fore

    not the same pants cause the tag and stiching would be lighter also.

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DIY Mint Skinny Jeans from the thrift store...or revamp a stained pair of whites

The Pretty Life Anonymous: Pinned/Tried/Loved It: DIY Heart Patterned Jeans --- omg!!! If I could get rit dye and an anchor stencil, I could take my old work shorts and make them into those old navy shorts I that I love but they don't make in my size!! Ah, FANTASTIC!!!! :D

The grommets make a good hard v. soft accent. The lacing is too, too much. Place in the back to imitate 19th century dresses. Yes! And you know if it's well done and you're wearing it, you ARE going to have shoes you want to show. Color choices: All denim, or it might as well be white. There's no hiding this attitude. myb

  • K'Leigh

    Omgosh I want these!!!

  • Brennan UsagiOjou

    The fabric and lace color should match more and the lace tiers are too much. Otherwise, its rather cute. I would suggest making a lace cuff a little lower than the first lace tier that ends about the middle of the last two tiers. And a less... smoky blue.

  • karen carlson

    NOOOOO!!!!!! do not open the door back to the 70's.........

  • Brennan UsagiOjou

    You realize big flare jeans (read: bell bottoms) are back in style right? The 70s are already here. Unless you're talking about the 1870s 1770s or another 70s in which case they probably will be in a couple of decades

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