Do you have an old pair of jeans that you don’t want to throw away but aren’t sure what to do with? Learn how to make a multi-pocket, hanging organizer and a peek-a-boo mat from recycled jeans in this free crafts video series.
Denim jeans are a staple in every wardrobe and fashion collection. Learn how to care for jeans and get tips on wearing jeans from a fashion designer in this free video on denim jeans.
In this seven part tutorial, learn how to perform various moves from Billie Jean by Michael Jackson. Each segment will show you a new move, each one more fun than the last. Impress your friends with the cool collection of dances and help the memory of the King of Pop live on and on.
ThreadBanger demonstrates how to make recycled bleached skinny jeans. First, put on the jeans and if they are too big, pinch them at the back and mark them with tailor's chalk. Fold under the jeans at the bottom and mark the desired length with the chalk. Open up the seam of both pant legs with a seam ripper. Seam rip the back part of the jeans and the top band. Cut along the chalked lines. Redraw the seam and pin the pants. Sew along the chalk lines. Use pinking shears to cut away the excess...
If you are consistently finding that the cuffs of your jeans and pants are too long, you can use this tutorial series, which will show you how to professionally alter your pants. Cut off the excess, and then resew a stylish new hem.
Angela and Shane from I Am Fashion Weak demonstrates how to bleach and paint splatter your own jeans. All you need to bleach your jeans is bleach and a measuring cup. If you bleach black jeans, you can get tan and gray shades. A bathtub is a safe place to bleach your jeans. Crinkle the jeans and pour the bleach over the crinkled spots until it changes into the color you want. After you bleach the jeans, wash them and dry them. You can also use a sanding technique to give the jeans a distresse...
Just because when you bought your jeans it said that it was just one type of jean - bootcut or skinny - doesn't mean you can't wear it in different ways by either rolling them up or by slashing in holes to make them look worn.
Missa shows how to ‘Distress Jeans’ in this video. She lays a pair of jeans to be distressed on a table. Next, the creases near the top, which are formed by bending the leg portion of the jean, are marked with a white pencil or chalk. A hard rock is then placed inside the jean, near the knee area. That portion of the jean is graded using sand paper to make holes. The pocket areas are graded next, using a nail file. A pair of scissors is scraped along the edges of the pockets to make cuts. (Al...
JJ Denim demonstrates how to measure the waist size of your jeans. If you are unsure about measuring the waist size of your jeans, the information can be found in a few easy steps. To measure the waist of a jean, first lay the jean flat on the ground with the back pockets facing up. Be sure that the jean is buttoned. Next, with a tape measure, measure the distance from one side of the jean to the other. With these steps, you can be assured that the waist size of the jean that you are shopping...
Do you have an old pair of jeans that you don’t want to throw away but aren’t sure what to do with? Learn how to make a handbag, a pocket purse and a tote bag from recycled jeans in this free fashion video series.
Did you recently lose some weight, or do you have some jeans from years ago that you love but are slightly too loose fitting for your tastes? While you can certainly toss them, why not simply make them skinnier?
Got a pair of old blue jeans that fit you like a glove but you recently spilled a can of paint all over the bottom and now it just makes you look like a contractor every time you wear it? Don't toss your jeans out!
The great things about jeans is their durability and ability to easily be changed. Some of those changes can involve size, shape, and look. This video tutorial focuses on just that topic. You'll find out how to convert flare jeans into great looking skinny jeans in a snap. Enjoy!
In this video, we learn how to destroy jeans to look like Hollister's. First, you will need to take your jeans, a nail file, and scissors. After you have these, use your files to rub onto the jeans where you want your hole to be at. Go from side to side to create a lighter look than is on the rest of the jeans. After you start grating through the jeans, there should be a small hole forming. Pull at the strings as you see them, then stick your finger inside the hole to make it the size you wan...
It's so easy to toss an old pair of jeans into the trash or to donate it to the Salvation Army, but if you put your mind to it you can still reuse your musty jeans, just not in the same way you used to use them.
In this video, we learn how to make a pants shaped cake. You will just need to take a pre-made cake (any flavor) and cut it into a jeans shape using a cut out you can find on www.bettycrocker.com. Set this aside and make your favorite frosting colors that you want to use in this. First, put the blue jeans color onto the cake and then start adding other colors to make pockets and stitches on the jeans. You can also add candies and other items to make this cake look more like jeans. You can dre...
Learn how to recycle and reconstruct your denim jeans: Craft side Look, Learn and Create with Stefanie Girard and Jean Therapy with Scathe G. Allison demonstrate how to recycle and reconstruct your denim jeans. You can make a bag out of your jeans by using the leg as the strap. Customize jeans by adding patches to the legs and ruffles to the bottom. All the projects use simple sewing machines and stitches and don't require extra tools. A skirt can also be made by sewing together 14 pairs of d...
Celebrity stylist Hannah Sandling shows us how to make a miniskirt from old jeans and a maxiskirt, courtesy of Tampax Tampons. This is a confidence building mini skirt creation for women. Watch all four parts of this fashion design video tutorial, and see how to convert an old pair of jeans into a miniskirt, convert a maxi skirt to a mini skirt, and then see how to customize them.
Bored of those plain old jeans? Add a wild side to them to give them some flair and enjoy it all over again with this new design! Learn how to give your jeans a new look with Gianny L! The sexy GiannyL demonstrates this DIY closet hack that's simple and cheap. It's simple and easy to alter your jeans for a new style.
Learn how to play Wyclef Jean's "Sweetest Girl (Dollar Bill)" on the ukulele with this free video lesson, which covers chords as well as strumming patterns. While this lesson assumes at least some chords knowledge, it's beginner friendly and easy to follow. For more information, and to get started playing Wyclef's "Sweetest Girl" on your own ukulele, take a look!
Watch this instructional fashion design video that teaches you how to turn your regular or baggy jeans into skinny jeans. Just follow these easy steps: put on the jeans inside out, pin them, sow along the pins, cut off the excess fabric, turn it right side out again,
Watch this fashion tutorial video to learn how to distress your jeans quickly and easily. You'll need old jeans, a cheese grater or nail file, a hard object, a white crayon or chalk, and a pen knife or cutter. You'll be rocking your own distressed jeans in no time after watching this helpful how-to video.
Watch this fashion tutorial video to learn how to create your own vintage jeans by adding a brownish-copperish fade. All you need is old jeans, coffee grounds (preferably espresso), stockings, a bucket with a lid, and hot or boiling water. Soon you'll be sporting your own homemade vintage jeans!
Check out this video from Gianny L to learn another way to recycle your old jeans. This video will show you how to take your old jeans and create a customized cool bag for your laptop. Who needs an expensive notebook or laptop bag when you have old jeans?!? The sexy GiannyL demonstrates this DIY closet hack that's simple and cheap.
Recently gained some weight (or lost a few pounds after getting yourself hooked on an intense exercise routine)? We've all been there, and know that your clothes probably aren't fitting the way they used to. But don't just throw your outdated threads into a plastic bag and toss them to Goodwill.
Lindyhopper49, a huge fan of the "King of Pop", will teach you how to dance like Michael Jackson. He's not a professional dancer, but he does have some great advice and information on how to to Jackson's most famous moves.
Learn what jeans best fit your body, and what jeans should never enter your closet in the first place. This "Everything you need to know about denim" video is slightly opinionated but still GREAT advice. It's always a pleasure to have our friend William Sledd of Ask a Gay Man dishing tutorials.
Do you have an old pair of jeans that you don’t want to throw away but aren’t sure what to do with? Learn how to make area rugs from recycled jeans in this free home decor video series.
How to wash jeans, clean stains, dry and fold your pants to prevent wrinkles; get professional tips and advice on washing and drying any type of jeans in this free instructional video series.
If you're looking for a tutorial on how to clean your jeans without washing them, make a tasty curry dish, and figure out how to get a red wine stain out of your carpet, this next video covers all that! It's a quick, fast paced, detailed tutorial that is taught by Ninjas!
Idrawgirls has another great tutorial for you. Everyone remembers Jean Grey from X-Men, one of the most powerful superheroes in the comic book. Watch this tutorial to learn how to draw her the right way. Follow line by line as idrawgirls shows you how to sketch Jean Grey in a powerful pose.
In this tutorial, Joey shows us how to man do it yourself boyfriend jeans. All you need is chalk, razor blade, sand paper, bleach, scissors and over sized jeans. First, put the jeans on and mark them with chalk where you want to fray them. Then, let them sit in bleach for 20-30 minutes depending on how faded you want them to be. You can now grab your sandpaper and wear out the area you want to look faded. Also, make cuts in the areas where you want them to be. Let the jeans sit in the bleach ...
There are a few different ways you can wear leg warmers. First, you can wear them over a pair of straight leg suede boots to give it a slouch boot look. Another way you can wear them is with a pair of fats with your jeans rolled up just below the knee. You can also unroll your jeans and wear the legwarmers over your jeans. If you do this, you have the option of wearing them low (although they tend to look a little silly like this), at a medium height, or up just below your knee. You can wear ...
This is a how-to video tutorial from the Pac Sun community where Akiko and here intern, Ashley, will show you how to actually destroy a pair of jeans so they will get a old and worn in look.
MakeoverGirl1 presents a video on how to make your jeans look stylish by adding a design using sandpaper. The process is so simple that only a few things are needed for the job: a shape cut out in leather, cardboard or felt; a deck of playing cards; and a piece of sandpaper. Literally all you have to do is place the shape in the back pocket of the jeans, wrap the sandpaper over the deck of cards, and rub the jeans until you see the silhouette of your shape. After that, just rinse and dry. So,...
Denim guru Paul Dillinger shows viewers how to take a pair of inexpensive jeans and give them a celebrity inspired makeover. You will either need to own a dremel tool or borrow one in order to properly complete the technique shown. You use the dremel to give your jeans the perfect fray and help them achieve a more laid back, worn-in look. Jeans like these at boutiques and designer stores can cost hundreds of dollars but you can spend $20 on a pair of jeans and make them look up to date for al...
Why pay all the money for destroyed designer jeans when you can get that same look for free? Using simple tools you find in your house you can get that ripped looked for any pair of your jeans. After this quick video, you will be on your way to great looking jeans without a trip to the mall. All you need to get started is a razor, scissors, and a piece of cardboard. So save yourself some cash and create the destroyed jean look yourself.
Destroyed jeans are cool everywhere you go. If you happen to have some old jeans that you don't like any more, do not throw or give them away!
Do you like to keep up with the latest fashion or are you just looking for a cool new look? Do you care about what your clothes say about you, but you prefer a more comfortable outfit? Well, sprtn117c provides a very simple and easy to understand video of how to take your favorite pair of jeans and spice them up. Torn, ripped, or shredded jeans are a great way to give your new pair of jeans a nice worn in look that not only looks great but keeps you comfortable at the same time! It just takes...
MakeoverGirl1 shows how to create perfect rips in your pairs of denim blue jeans. Paul Dillinger describes the right way to cut and rip your jeans to make perfect holes. He also describes how adding yarn when you are making your holes will keep the jeans together and make the holes appear better for when you're wearing them outdoors. Following the steps and advice in this video will help you create the right rips in your jeans to create the fashion statement you desire.