After refreshing my old T-shirt a couple of days ago, I’m ready to work on a pair of jean shorts. I’ve owned this short for 5 years! It’s as comfy as cotton now, but a little out of date. Today I’m adding a circle of lace trim on the bottom to make it fresh new!
- A pair of old jean short.
- Lace trim, 2 yards. I'm using GL-36 from zengslace.com. You can buy the lace from here.
Step 1: Wash and Iron the jean and lace.
Step 2: Measure the trousers and cut the lace. Leave 1 inches for sewing allowance.
Step 3: Pin the lace on the jean. Hide the endings on the inner corner so no one will notice it.
Step 4: Let’s sew! Follow the jean’s string line while sewing, and take the pins out as you go.
Step 5: Sew all way around the jean and cut the extra thread and lace out. Good job, you’re done!!!