It seems to me that jeans are a great invention of mankind, and it is difficult to live without them. Especially for mothers of babies. ? Especially in the rush of the city, when there is "nothing to wear" or "too lazy to think."
But, like many craftsmen, jeans attract me as a starting material for creativity. Let's talk about our jeans?
I want to summarize and structure information on jeans simply. ?
Let's start our love of blue? ?
* Happiness is love and blue jeans. ?
1. Jeans as a canvas for drawing.
Admit it honestly, who hasn't had this experience? ?
I had a weakness for my old jeans, they survived both bleach and paint, and beads and scissors … But, really, the institute was a time of color madness. I will show my experiments at the end of the publication.
2. Patches, patches, appliques.
I would like to highlight the Japanese bora-bora embroidery separately, as it is a subject for separate love. ?
3. Sundresses and dresses from jeans.
Oh, this is a separate love. And attention to detail.
The upside-down, cut-off jeans on the bodice give me more doubt than delight. I like combinations of different types of denim, pockets. And, I think, this is more from the direction of color blocking, when we work with color.
4. Japanese tradition of sewing on boron patches.
5. And some cozy interior gizmos from jeans.
6. The last found, I just really liked it. Portraits.
Probably everything. I understand that you can also pay attention to the latest trends - embroidery on clothes, badges, brooches, stripes.
Thank you for looking at my favorite works with me, I hope you were interested.
I am sure that the Internet will help us find many more options for each direction of jeans. But the point is to learn how to choose without overloading our weary brains with information.
I'm not a fan of reworking things, nothing can save an old thing.
But I like working with material, looking for color, combing fringe.
And I would also gladly arrange a marathon (or a fashionable challenge) to embroider my jeans. One patch every day. ? And then all hands do not reach.
Let's create together!