Old Jeans are Perfect or Use Yardage from Sturdy Fabric!
Upcycle old jeans into a charming pouffe for your feet. Fill it with scraps, old linens, and worn-out clothing for a wonderful recycling project (or polyfill, if you prefer).
Choose between three different designs for the top, alternatives for the sides, and several finishing options, including hand-stitching designs.
You can also make a footstool from yardage of sturdy fabrics instead of leftover jeans. That opens up a whole world of color.
This is an easy project that you can have finished up in just a few hours.
The finished footstools, designed by Tara from Stitch and Yarn Store, are 20″ in diameter and 12″ high.
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