Denim Blue Jeans • Iconic
A series of ideas for recycling Jeans Pockets - just the pockets!
Originally posted July 30, 2012
Many denim pillow ideas, some using pockets, some using quilting.
Originally posted August 1, 2012
Worn jeans come in many various hues. This post shares examples of wall hangings created by artists using these gradations effectively.
Originally posted August 3, 2012
All types of containers from purses to bowls to baskets and more.
Originally posted August 6, 2012
Quilting is a natural for any scrap fabric and recycled jeans are no exception. But oh the variety! From country to contemporary and everything in between.
Originally posted August 7, 2012
Finish the edges or fray them. There is a softness inherent in frayed jeans. See how it is used as part of function or design.
Originally posted August 8, 2012
Denim is tough stuff which makes it a natural for casual furniture - and one not so casual option.
Originally posted August 9, 2012
And then there is everything else from jewelry to lampshades.
Originally posted August 11, 2012
I put together a tutorial on how to create chevron fabric from old jeans.
Originally posed 2/16/2013
Interested in more denim ideas? check out my Denim-Indigo board on Pinterest. There are many pins I didn't use in this series plus I will continue to add to it as I discover more resources.
This is my third indepth theme exploration designed to provide you with a resource for inspiration. Check out my other two here.
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