Beautiful over-sewing to hide frayed cuffs. Could also use on jeans - visible mending

Sewing Mending: Beautiful over-sewing to hide frayed cuffs. Could also use on jeans - visible mending

Blame Gucci, blame Valentino, but one Vogue.com editor is working with a serious fixation on wearable versions of the decorative arts.

Embroider Everything! The Most Fashionable Update for Fall Is Here

I have an issue with throwing things out, especially clothes. When I go through my (extremely messy) closet and find something I haven’t worn in years, the logical solution would be to donate it or give it away to a friend. And yet, I always think I can transform it into some brand-new, one-of-a kind piece of clothing that looks like I bought it at some boutique. It honestly baffles me that people spend hundreds of dollars on a pair of shorts just because they have some cute design on them.

18 Adorable Ways To DIY Your Jean Shorts This Summer

Love this idea for fixing holes in jeans--a great way to showcase some easy needleweaving. #weaving

Love this idea for fixing holes in jeans--a great way to showcase some easy needleweaving. [ No need to wait for a hole!

[London Jeans] Boho Embroidered Denim Jacket Small Medium wash classic denim jacket. Back has beautiful flower embroidery at top. The perfect jacket to throw on with everything.  Color: Medium Denim Fabric: 99% Cotton 1% Spandex Size: Small Bust: 17" Length: 22" Condition: EUC. No flaws!  No Trades! No PayPal! Jackets & Coats Jean Jackets

[London Jeans] Boho Embroidered Denim Jacket Small

You will need: A ruler or tape measure  Chalk Embroidery cotton Jeans  Step 1: Mark them Choose where you’ll embroider your jeans, then mark guide lines in chalk so it's straight and neat!  Step 2: Sketch With our guide lines in place we then carefully sketched out our statement.   Step 3: Stitch them Now you have your sketch, start stitching! Malou used a ‘split stitch’, but any stitch you want will do.  Step 3: Wear them! You so deserve a Hi-5! Now go wear those babes with pride! Jeanious!

You will need: A ruler or tape measure Chalk Embroidery cotton Jeans Step Mark them Choose where you’ll embroider your jeans, then mark guide lines in chalk so it's straight and neat! Step Sk (Diy Clothes Line)

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