Jean Dilemma DIYs

this is a great blog that shows that ANYONE can fix or change their favorite jeans!

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Have you ever fallen in love so deeply that you overlook the bad, and highlight only the good? And then you get home and realize that the fit/shape/cut/color is all wrong? We’ve all fallen in love with a pair of jeans, that by all intents and purposes is perfect, except for one little setback. But one tiny problem can’t stand in the way  of true love, right? Right. With these simple DIY fixes, all of your jean dilemmas are a thing of the past. AND you won’t have to spend a dime on therapy afterwards, retail therapy that is.

Learn how to make your jeans a little more rough around the edges with this denim distressing DIY!

Does your favorite denim need darning? If your go-to pair needs a helping mend, use this DIY to make them almost brand new!

created at: 08/19/2013If your pair is picking up dust as you walk…

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Author: Susan

I love sewing. Whether it is garment sewing, doll making, quilting or creating your own fabrics to use with your home PC and printer! I will be sharing links and projects on this site that I have found and use. Teaching sewing to new sewers is my passion and I hope to one day teach, and continue my education, all over the world. I am currently enrolled in the Vancouver Community College Adult Education diploma program and this blog will be used in conjunction with the program. I look forward to your feed back and comments. Sew on!

1 thought on “Jean Dilemma DIYs”

  1. HI Su it looks like you have chosen a good host and created a beautiful blog site. How can I make my own fabric to run through my printer? look forward to some good articles.

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