I took the opportunity to catch up with my Sewcialites blocks.
|Jeff is definitely not a diet dropout. He lost 60 pounds|
and has kept it off for more than a year.
I thought I could probably make him an apron from a pair of jeans. I had rather expected to need both legs pieced together to make it big enough, but some of my old jeans are obviously monstrous. LOL
I actually finished this project up on Saturday. I used the bottom of the second leg to make the large pocket and I reused one of the back pockets on the top. I used a buckle and nylon webbing I bought to make dog collars for the straps.
I'm also linking up with Finished (or Not) Fridays and Whoop Whoop. You all have a good weekend.
What a great way to upcycle jeans! And smart of your to make it reversible! Great finish!ReplyDelete
Thank you. I was happy to use up another pair of jeans. I have so many pairs in my stash and I need to find good projects to use them up.Delete
Great idea to turn the jeans into an apron. Looks wonderful. Love your blocks. Hugs, xxReplyDelete
I love the colours you are using in your quilt blocks and a great apron... well done to your husband losing all that weight...ReplyDelete
Great way to re-purpose old jeans...lots of pockets in an apron are a must. Pretty blocks.ReplyDelete
Your blocks look great. The apron is amazing and such a creative way to repurpose the jeans.ReplyDelete
Great recycling and your blocks are lovely. xxReplyDelete
Oh my gosh - that is so cute and fun!! and Wow! Congrats on the weight loss!!ReplyDelete
Wow what a great idea for the apron! And lovely sewing too.ReplyDelete