What a great idea for a summer picnic tablecloth - sew or hot-glue blue jean pockets on the drop to make pouches that can hold straws, plastic tableware, and napkins. Would look great on one of our burlap or faux burlap tablecloths.
Native American Hand Beaded Toddler Converse Shoes by Northern Cheyenne Beadwork Artist. Please pray for our youth this week as we travel to Montana to serve the people of the Northern Cheyenne reservation! Saint Kateri Tekakwitha, pray for us!
Experiments with maki-age shibori. A very simple piece. At the top the fabric pulled up before dyeing and below unpicked after dyeing the finished design of a dandelion seed head. Work by Annabel Wilson of Townhill Studio
What to do with Old Jeans -hot pads-- another great sewing project.curiosity has me on this one.is it worth the time?or just use jeans for some other project.and get new oven mitt's? Or use the leftovers from my other old jeans projects?
These potholders are made from recycled jeans and a wool mantle. I have cut round pieces and every potholder has one circle of wool fabric inside. The idea for potholders came from the back pocket of jeans. Just put your hand in the pocket to use.