made from

made from

made ofmade out of

Made is the past tense and -ed participle of the verb make.

See make

You can use made from, made out of, or made of to say that something has been produced using a substance or object, so that the original substance or object is completely changed.

They sailed on a raft made from bamboo.
The plates were made out of solid gold.
Her dress was made of a light, floaty material.

If something has been produced from another thing in an unusual or surprising way, you usually use made out of.

She was wearing a hat made out of plastic bags.

If you are mentioning the parts or materials from which something is constructed, you use made of or made out of. Don't use 'made from'.

My cabin was made of logs.
References in classic literature ?
When Wilson had at last finished his tedious and difficult work, he arranged his results according to a plan in which a progressive order and sequence was a principal feature; then he added to the batch several pantograph enlargements which he had made from time to time in bygone years.
Innovation is seldom without controversy, and the recycling industry has definitely seen its share of both in recent years, from single-stream recycling to polylactide acid (PLA) plastic, a new bio-based polymer made from corn dextrose, supplied by NatureWorks LLC, Minneapolis.
It's already possible to buy shirts made from bamboo and socks made from corn.
If a formal regulatory philosophy objects to the inconsistency of punishment implicit in restorative justice--the punishment does not fit the crime, but depends upon the offender's willingness and capacity to set things right--an objection may be made from the opposite direction that truly restorative justice, not to mention empowerment, is impossible in the presence of an implicit threat of escalating coercion.
While furniture that doesn't contain harmful chemicals or is made from environmentally friendly resources is readily available online, most conventional retailers don't offer it in their show rooms.
Agriculture is making its way to big cities, suburbs and homes throughout the world in the new products made with Ingeo[TM] fibers, the first and only man-made, natural-based fiber made from 100 percent annually renewable resources--ordinary field corn.
The final regulations also provide rules for adjusting the DNI of the separate shares with respect to distributions made from one share to another share of the combined electing trust and related estate to which secs.
The layers in his experimental films are themselves made from chiral amino acids or polymer molecules.
Most of the mustards eaten as condiments are made from pungent brown mustard seeds.
Environmental Protection Agency estimates that more than 16 billion diapers, made from wood pulp, are discarded each year.
Many of these rolls are made from high hardness elastomeric compounds, which can sustain the high speeds and high pressures associated with the paper making process.