aprons — How to Recycle Jeans into a Garden Apron — CHOW Tip

How to Recycle Jeans into a Garden Apron - CHOW Tip

Instead of spending money on a new garden apron that will soon get dirty, Spring Warren, author of The Quarter Acre Farm, instead recycles old jeans to make a no-sew apron. ======================CHOW.com========================= CHOW tips are the shared wisdom of our community. If you have come up with some food, drink or culinary wisdom that the world should know about, send us a message and tell us what you have in mind! See all the latest uploads from CHOW in the Latest Videos playlist: Subscribe to CHOW: For more recipes, stories and videos, visit CHOW on Twitter: CHOW on Facebook: =============== ======================================= TABLE Instead of buying the garden apron you know about to get dirty, make one out of a pair of old jeans. Start by cutting off the legs of your jeans an inch below the back pockets. Then flip it over and, starting at the zipper, cut right under the waistband to the side seam on each side. Then cut each side seam and that’s it; your apron is ready. You simply put it on at the waist and fasten the button, just like regular trousers. And the great thing is that the back pockets can hold seeds, a clipper or anything else you might need in the garden.

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