Summer Denim Refashion For Girls

Summer Denim Refashion For Girls

Here’s a refashion I did with a great little pair of jeans that my kid loves.

They got a hole in the knee! Since summers here, I cut them to above the knee length.

I cut one side first…

Then folded them over & matched them up before cutting the other side.

Bella wanted them to have a distressed look, so I chopped into the denim in a few places, careful not to cut into the stitching. These will fray properly after washing.

Finally, I folded the leg cuff up and stitched, and added some colorful buttons. This was a quick project that got me lots of smiles and a big hug.

With love til’ next time…

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Amy Mayen

Hello. I'm Amy and I'm addicted to sewing. I borderline-hoard fabric, buttons, & patterns. Sometimes I wish I could pile my fabric up on the floor and just roll in it!

18 Comments

  1. Susie @Bowdabra

    Hey there! Thanks for linking up your great post. Stop by again next week and link up another awesome project!

    Have a wonderful week!
    Susie@bowdabra
    http://bowdabrablog.com

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  2. The MadMama

    Aaw, what a cutie patootie! She looks so happy with your refashion! Good job Mama! :)

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  3. Buttons

    Hey, I’m back (kind of)! I’ve been so busy, and it’s not going to stop all summer, I’ve been terrified to even look at my RSS Feeds because I had like a bajillion unread posts!

    Super cute! I especially love the buttons on the pocket. I think I’ll need to be doing this with Miss O’s cute colorful denim. She is such a skinny little slip of a thing that anything that fits around her waist is flood pants anyway, and now that she’s been in school a lot of them are in pretty rough condition. What a fun summer makeover!

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  4. Fine Craft Guild

    Really cute! Thank you for linking this up with us! ~ Rose

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  5. Elena

    Aren’t you creative! Love what you did to these jeans! So cute! The buttons are perfect :o) And what a cutie she is! By the way, thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving a sweet comment! Hope you have a fantastic weekend :o)

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  6. kelly thompson

    this is a really cute idea especially since kids grow so fast out of their clothes! also saying hi from WBP week 8

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  7. Pam

    The buttons are a great idea! Fabulous time saving refashion, Amy.

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  8. Lisa Newlin

    These are a blast from the past! I used to have jean shorts just like this when I was a kid, although they didn’t have the buttons on the pocket. You’re so stinking creative!

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  9. Lisa Nelson

    Those are really super cute, Amy! I love the colorful buttons!

    You know, it reminds me of the little dots I have on my website. I think I love your buttons just as much as i love those dots. More even!

    You are so very clever!

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  10. domestic bliss squared

    So cute! I bet my daughter would love the little buttons on her jeans too, such a cute detail!

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  11. Aleks

    CUTE! I have a few pair of jeans I have been thinking of jorting for myself. Great inspiration!

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  12. rea

    ah that is so cute, adding buttons just makes it even cuter! at least your daughter will still enjoy her favorite denim♥

    huggies♥
    rea

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  13. gina

    Those are cuter than anything you could buy at the store!!! Copying is the sincerest form of flattery, right? So, if i do this you will be flattered?!? :) i like the colored denim!!

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  14. Rachel

    I would not have thought to turn up and hem, smart! Am I showing my lack of distressing knowledge? Love the color, glad she can wear them more!

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  15. ingrid@nowathomemom

    loving the distressed look of the jeans! I’m sure they will look better after a couple of washes! those buttons; super cute! when I was in high school, my mom used to cut off my old pair of jeans knee length and loved them, she did that for me for several years! I always liked them! glad you got many smiles too! :-) Hope you guys are doing well!

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