Make a Wonderful Quilt from Recycled Jeans

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Mix Denim with Jelly Roll Strips for Any Color Theme!

Soft recycled denim mixes beautifully with 2 1/2″ cotton strips for a cozy quilt with a wonderful weight. It’s great in any color theme and a good way to recycle old jeans hiding in the back of your closet (or from a thrift store).

This pattern makes a great memory quilt, a durable child’s quilt, a charming picnic quilt, a cozy quilt for snuggling on the sofa and a warm quilt for the bed.

Denim Rails Quilt Pattern

Denim Rails Quilt Pattern

Denim Rails Quilt Pattern

Denim Rails Quilt Pattern

Quilt made from jeans, old shirts and homespun.

Instructions are provided by the designer, Sues from Back Pocket Design, for the following sizes:

  • Crib – 42″ x 54″
  • Lap – 54″ x 72″
  • Twin – 66″ x 96″
  • Queen – 96″ x 102″
  • King – 102″ x 108″

Click here to purchase the “Denim Rails” quilt pattern.


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