Do you have a lot of old clothes and don’t know what to do? Do not throw it away! Clean your wardrobe and watch our video! You will find a ton of brilliant ideas on how to reuse old shirts, pants, sweaters and make different kinds of outfits for kids. Besides, it’s a cool way to save money and reduce the amount of waste. Use your imagination and create super-cute looks for toddlers!
Cut your old shirt and make a skirt for a girl and pant for a boy. Your kids will have matching clothes. Isn’t it cool? Transform old adult jeans into a skirt for a toddler or even a cute dungaree dress. Watch our easy tutorial. Reuse your old or broken umbrella to make a raincoat. Turn your old sweater that maybe you still love into a sweater for a toddler. You don’t need to have any special sewing skills for this project. Don’t you dare throw or give away an old t-shirt, not when you can easily transform it into something really cool! You can easily make kid’s shorts from an old t-shirt. Moreover, you can use the second part of your t-shirt to make a t-shirt for a kid. It’s the best way to make tracksuit. Another cool idea is to transform a polo shirt you don’t need anymore into a beautiful dress for a little girl.
You will love the project on how to make baby leggings out of adult socks. It’s better to take patterned socks. Firstly, cut the toe section off socks. Cut the sock along the sole part. Turn one sock inside out and sew two socks together. Ready!

00:13 Clothing hacks for kids
00:51 DIY denim dungaree dress
03:13 Tracksuit for kids
05:26 DIY leggings
08:02 DIY jeans for kids

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