Today, we’re going to learn about how to hem dress pants using a blindhem stitch. These pants were bought by a friend unfinished at the store, and it’s a really easy fix to hem them up yourself.
Winter is coming, and I’m going to make a nice pair of comfortable sweatpants for my husband to lounge around the house in. These pants will have an elastic waistband, drawstring, inseam pockets, and cargo style patch pockets. We’re looking for handy and comfort here. So, without further ado, read on for my Comfy Sweatpants Tutorial!
I was cleaning out my closet a while back and decided to get rid of an old pair of jeans. I loved them, but had them for years and they were wearing out around the back end, so I decided it was time to move on and tossed them into my bag of clothes to get rid of. Recently, I was thinking of what to bring on my upcoming holiday and was wishing I had a nice pair of summer jeans to bring along. I fell in love with the length of ankle jeans, like those that can be found at Forever 21 and Macy’s. This length looks great with a pair of wedged sandals or heels and is a fun alternative to traditional shorts or capris.
I thought of this old pair of jeans and decided to upcycle them, and fix them up. If I get one more season out of them, it would be worth while. Well, they turned out better than I had hoped for! I often pair these with my shirt that I made with my Upcycle Romper into Tunic Top Tutorial. So, read on for my Upcycle Old Jeans into Ankle Length Summer Jeans tutorial…