Recycled Overalls DIY Apron


Recycled Overalls DIY Apron

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Recycled Overalls DIY Apron
Recycled Overalls DIY Apron

If your little fashionistas are always looking for a new design project, then this Recycled Overalls DIY Apron is exactly what they need. Made from old overalls, this free kids' craft is made from mostly recycled materials, making it super budget-friendly. Perfect for kids just learning to sew, this craft for kids lets your children transform outdated fashion into something useful and stylish. Add an extra touch to this apron by dying the denim a cute pastel color for spring or let kids have fun experimenting with embroidery, patches, and trim. With this kids' craft, girls can help transform old denim to go from drab to darling.

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteIn an evening

MaterialsFabric, Recycled Materials

Primary TechniqueSewing


Age GroupElementary School, Pre-Teens

Project TypeMake a Project

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Do you have a pair of overalls that do not fit anymore or worn out them why not recycle them into an apron. This is such a simple one to make and you can use lace on the bottom or pleats instead of ruffles. Add some bling to the pockets and make it your own. Great apron to use in kitchen,crafts or painting. Great for a gift too.


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