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Dungaree diaries #2

Diy dungaree

This is my first diy dungaree diaries projects, it’s one of my designs. Since I’m such a dungaree lover I’ve decided to concentrate soley on making dungarees hope you like it.

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Upcycling old clothes

Part 2 MAKING A MAT

Hey everybody nice to see you all today, here’s a new project for the diy part of my blog that I promised you. It’s not yet finished but I’ve been doing it for the past two days taking breaks in-between

So today I decided to make a goldfish with stripes mat, hope you like it and try it

Things you are gonna use.

The are only three sharp things you will need, you can make the first and last at home, careful you don’t stab yourself
You are gonna need some old clothes for the material
For the base you can use a sack of mealie meal
You can try and draw a picture of what you are gonna sew before sewing for neatness
This is what it looks like from the front side
Back side image when it’s almost ready
Here’s what it looks like when you about to finish from the front

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DIY dungaree dress from old denim pants

Hello everyone πŸ‘‹

When I started this blog I mentioned something about crafts, skills and DIY things , so today I decided to finally post that post about crafts. And I chose upcycling old denims to be the main focus of the post

So here it is.

Denim trouser
Take a seam reaper and reap the seams of the inside parts of the denim apart so that you get something like the image below.
You should get something like this when you are done with the seam reaper.
Cut to you suitable height

THE FRONT PART OF THE DUNGAREE

Draw your upper body shape on the denim to get the desired shape. Cut according to the lines and leave a 5cm allowance for sewing
Assembly the pins following the shape you drew and you should get something like this.
On the inside it should be like this
Fold the upper part following the lines you drew or the pins you put.

THE BACK PART OF THE DUNGAREE

Draw the lines of the shape of your desired back part of your dungaree like this
Cut and leave 2-3cm sewing allowance

Final product

TadaaaπŸŽ‰πŸŽŠπŸŽ‰πŸ’£

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