"Does your jeans fall apart time and time again? What can you do with torn jeans that have broken thighs or knees? Or was your jeans smeared locally from paint, for example?"
Intact unused or small clothing is already widely received in Finland, but some broken or stained clothes are still recycled and reused relatively little. Cheap fashion jeans break down faster than responsibly made jeans, and they usually accumulate at the bottom of the wardrobe as a nuisance.
WHY ARE THE JEANS FALLING APART?
No garment, even responsibly made, lasts forever. However, there are huge differences in the durability and quality of clothing, some jeans last for six months and others easily for several years. Well, why or for what reasons does the denim fabric usually tear?
Of course, there may be several reasons why a garment degrades can be in the manufacture of a garment or in the care of a garment. The manufacture of unsustainable and cheaply made garments is often reflected in quality. The product is manufactured in a hurry, technologies lost and cost factors above in countries such as China or India.
The reasons caused by the wearer are reflected in the use and maintenance of the garment. Jeans should not be washed too often and must also be washed correctly. Read the blog for tips on how to wash your jeans correctly and maintain their longevity for longer.
Another example of user-in-case reasons relates to the active use of jeans. What kind of jeans do you choose for office work or light evening jog. Does your jeans often come under strain, such as the stretching of denim fabric caused by cross-sitting? Reduce the stresses and stretches caused by the fabric, and you'll probably extend the lifespan of your jeans.
The physical stresses that we can less influence ourselves are reflected in my personal experiences of having my upper thighs rub off while walking into each other. It is very characteristic of a woman's body, and we cannot influence this ourselves - at least not very easily.
RECYCLE YOUR BROKEN JEANS and WE WILL MAKE NEW AND ECOLOGICAL RECYCLING JEANS FROM THE FABRIC You can contact us if you have accumulated this broken denim material in
your home until you have a problem. In addition, we recycle, reuse, cut and sort jeans for you, and we also make it environmentally friendly while making new, unique and ecological denim fashion out of it. Namely, "new jeans from old denim pieces" – Piece Of Jeans.
WHERE DID THE COMPANY NAME AND BUSINESS IDEA FROM THE DENIM SCREENS - A PIECE OF JEANS - REALLY ORIGINATE?
The chain of events I described above about how jeans break out quite often in women (and me too) from the thighs, either due to cross-sitting or rubbing my thighs together easily and quickly punctured, made me think about patching up broken jeans so that I wouldn't always have to buy new pants and throw the previous ones in the trash. Old knee-frayed jeans may generally be patched up in a square knee position, bringing a lot of extra age to the jeans and, with the choice of a piece of place, a lot more new and personal appearance.
I had the idea of how to have a thigh spot? Well, maybe not, I pretty much said right away, but what if you made square denim spots "the whole thing." I wonder if several old jeans could be used to assemble new fabric, cut it into jeans with formulas and assemble it into trousers. When I was brave, I went to try it, and the idea began to please myself from many different perspectives.
- The jeans pieces are cut and sorted in tones and the completely broken pieces are placed in a different pile for different reuse.
- The regular square returns cut with mold are saunted so that the edge of the fabric does not fray. Let's choose the thread that works best with all the blue and blacks in the jeans and the gray
- ones. Overlapping pieces are fastened with needles and sewn with a tensi strength Perma Core 75 wire.
- Durable, ecological, unique and personal denim fabric is ready. Now you can cut any kind of pieces of formula out of it and assemble it into new clothes, bags or outfits.
- Plus, what I haven't seen until later... these jeans stand the test of time – that is, really! Because patching up these jeans is really natural and does not attract unnecessary extra attention, and they are as good as they are after repairing them. The denim position to be used must only be intact, and sew a piece of jeans with a thread that is at least as durable and the fastening point extends well beyond the frayed spot.