My first quilt was definitely not my best. I cut squares, serged the edges, and stitched together to make a picnic blanket, strategically placing pockets to hold utensils. Nice but boring. This also left lots of useless denim pieces.
After the first one, I decided to cut along each seam removing seams, waistband, and zippers then stitched together in random placement, overlapping pieces….crazy quilt style, which I liked much better.
Here are a few ideas others have had for recycling kids blue jeans into quilts that are perfect for any outdoor activity, covering a bed, or just curling up on a cold winter day.
|Apply bandana stars to squares backed with bandana fabric stitched into the seam.||Use fabric inserts for a colorful look.|
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