How To Reuse Old Clothes – Well-Tailored Ideas

How to reuse old clothes at home

We usually throw them away or turn them into dust cloth. Rarely do we give them to someone in need or donate them for charitable purposes. Anyway, if you feel it is hard to part from any of your favorite blouse or T-shirt, then you should know old clothes can reincarnate into garments with new roles in our lives. Again, imagination and inspiration come into play. If we already showed you how to repurpose old jeans, let’s now take a quick look at how to use old clothes.

Turn old clothes into new clothes or new accessories! Take an old shirt you want to throw away or turn into a mop, cut out the collar, attach a brooch and get what you see below – an original accessory you will be proud of!

How to reuse old clothes at home

How to reuse old clothes – original accessory

Now, for this rug below you may have to pay dearly if you buy it from a shop. With a little effort and patience you can make this by yourselves at home, using a larger piece of fabric into which thread scraps of various colors. The final product looks special and will bring extra color and vitality to any room.

How to reuse old clothes at home

How to reuse old clothes – colorful rug

A couple snips and stitches turn an unwanted t-shirt into a reusable grocery bag. If we look at it carefully we won’t even be able to notice that the bag was something else in its previous life.

How to reuse old clothes at home

How to reuse old clothes – shopping bag

A pillow is something we always make god use of around the house, whether inside or outside. Don’t throw the money away and save a sweater with raggedy sleeves by stitching the torso into a super cuddly pillow.

How to reuse old clothes at home

How to reuse old clothes – special design pillow

If you have a couple of T-shirts of different colors and patterns, cut rectangle pieces out of them keeping the finest prints and then put them together creating an eye-catching scarf.

How to reuse old clothes at home

How to reuse old clothes – eye-catching scarf

If the kid outgrows a blouse, do not throw it away! Just give it another design, as you can see below, and turn ii into a peplum top the little girl will definitely like.

How to reuse old clothes at home

How to reuse old clothes – make small big

Sources: Goodhousekeeping.com, Trendsandideas.com, Pinterest.com

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