Denim Revolution

Denim Revolution

Feature 13666992 | © living4media / Raider, Peter | 15 images

Give your old jeans a second life by transforming them into picnic essentials

Instead of throwing away your worn-out pairs of old jeans, why not give them a new life? Denim's robustness makes it an ideal material for picnic blankets, bags, cushions, cutlery holders, or hammocks. Our easy-to-follow instructions will have you patchworking in no time.

Feature No.: 13666992
Number of images: 15
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Photographer: © living4media / Raider, Peter
Topic: Do it yourself
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