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How to use old clothes

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Spring is the best time to clean our closets from clothes that we will never again wear.

Some things can be donated or even sold, but what about those that are very worn out or have unexplained spots?

Do not rush to throw them away.

Here are some tips on how you can use your old clothes.

Instructions

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If the cotton sweatshirts and pants are lostShape and color, they can only be used as rags for cleaning. Reject the working lightning and save. They can be useful for handicrafts or repairing clothes. Also fasteners are used as clothes trim.

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Duvet covers and sheets can be used as a basis for sewing children's blankets. Also from them you can sew a pillowcase. From old pillow cases you can make covers for clothes.

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From jeans you can do a lot of useful things. Starting with shorts and ending with bags, bracelets and even pillowcases.

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Shirts are often sewn from beautiful fabrics,Which can be used for tailoring quilts and pillows. Also they can be used for sewing clothes for dolls. Always strip off the buttons, they will also be useful for you in needlework.

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T-shirts that have preserved their appearance can beTurned into soft blankets and pillows. If they have a geometric pattern, this will make the finished product even more interesting. From T-shirts you can sew baby T-shirts, hats, etc. Very nice mats are also made from T-shirts and T-shirts.

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Socks, pantyhose and gloves can also getSecond life. From children's socks and pantyhose, you can sew different toys: pupae, bunnies, etc. Of golfs you can make an unusual accessory - sleeves.

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Belts can be shortened and made for children. Or the shortened old belt can be turned into a dog collar. Also from leather belts are beautiful bracelets. Buckles do not throw out, they will be useful to you, if you decide to sew yourself a new strap.

How to use old clothes Was last modified: June 21st, 2017 By Pyshyohp
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