Take the brightest dress shirt you have and turn it into a fun apron! Use some outrageous fabric from another old piece of clothing to make the trim. Sewing instructions for this fanciful apron can be found here.
Old fabric from worn clothes are the perfect material for fashioning pocket warmers! Just sew the fabric into small squares and fill with rice. Microwave the pockets for a minute and you have an instant hand warmer! You can also use it for aches and pains on your neck. Find out more about how to make this here.
Neckties have such a nice satin texture and it would be a shame to throw worn out ones in the trash. Try your hand at upgrading them into these cool zipper pouches instead! This would be perfect for toting makeup or toiletries in your purse. A tutorial can be found here.
If your dress shirts have some old ketchup stains, don't worry. Turn them into baby bibs, and your stains won't be noticeable compared to what your little one will leave behind! Want instructions? Check it out here.
Learn how to make your own pillow case out of old button-down dress shirts.
It Still Has Its Uses
There's plenty of ways to repurpose old clothing. You can sew them into upgraded clothing such as doggy jackets, baby bibs or aprons. You can also convert them into new items, like a silky zipper makeup pouch or pocket packs to keep your hands warm. The possibilities for reusing worn clothing in new ways is endless!