Recycle Old Jeans Into Charming Baskets

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Embellish Them However You Like!

The legs from old jeans form the body of these handy baskets. The baskets are so charming and a bit addictive to make so gather up old jeans and have fun making your own cute versions (check thrift stores and tag sales for jeans).





Line the baskets with pretty fabric and Annie’s Soft and Stable. Rick rack, fusible applique, buttons and more can be added to give each of them its own personality. 

Up up and not away… Jean Basket Tutorial

Depending on the width of the jean legs, the baskets can be any size. The wider the legs, the larger the baskets.

Up up and not away… Jean Basket Tutorial

Construction is simple and these go together fairly quickly. Just follow the tutorial from Moda.

Click here for the free “Up Up and Not Away …” jean basket tutorial.

 

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