June 14, 2021

Tips to Making Your Own Ripped Jeans at Home

Tips to Making Your Own Ripped Jeans at Home

Making your jeans ripped or distressed is not that difficult after all. It is something that you can do with stuff you already have at home. These types of jeans just need practice and patience.  Here are some of the easiest ways to make your ripped jeans in the comfort of your home. Even if you spend your time playing online casino games, you will still need to look chic!

Select A Pair of Jeans That Fit You Well

The jeans that are already worn a bit may give better results than using brand new jeans. Light to medium jeans looks good when ripped since their color gives them a more distressed look. Dark jeans look freshly dyed to be ripped and might not look as realistic.

Gather Your Supplies

A pair of jeans and something sharp is what is needed to rip up your jeans.  You will probably want to use a sharp tool depending on what kind of style you want for instance if you want to create holes,  use scissors, a razor, or a sharp knife to rip your jeans. To create a frayed look, use sandpaper, steel wool, or a pumice stone.

Choose a Spot to Rip

Lay your jeans flat on a table, and use chalk to mark the places you want to rip.  A ruler can be used to mark the exact length if you want.  While you can use a pencil, pen, or chalk to mark the lines, chalk is the safest way for the material and it is least likely to result in mistakes. Try to aim a bit higher than your knee so the tear would not get big as you walk around.

Place The Jeans on a Flat Surface

Grab a chalk or dress pins to mark up where you want your rips to be and slip a small block of wood to insert into the pant legs while you do the distressing.   You could even use a cutting board, an old book, or anything you wouldn’t mind cutting into.

Start Fraying the Jeans using Sandpaper

 You use the sandpaper to start rubbing and thinning out the spot you want to rip up before you start cutting up the jeans. This makes the jeans easier to rip as the fibers are loosened. Alternate between using sandpaper and steel wool if you have everything. It may take some time depending on the thickness of your jeans to start.

ln order to create frayed patches on your denim, you will need a razor or blade. You can easily scrape the area you want to fray out with a razor and doing this will certainly give your jeans a more rugged look.  It is also considered that fraying is the easiest and fastest way to make your jeans ripped.