It Can be Made from Yardage, Too!
This wonderful denim quilt was designed specifically for recycling old jeans. Once you have the fabric prepared, it goes together very quickly because of the large pieces.
Denim yardage can also be used. The design will be beautiful in other fabrics, as well. This also makes a charming memory quilt when made from the jeans owned by someone special.
The large quilt, designed by Tara from Stitch and Yarn Store, is 85″ square. However, the pattern includes instructions for resizing it according to your preferences or the jeans you have available.
The small wall quilt is 36″ square. The strong design reminds us of a barn quilt.
Or make it smaller still for an eye-catching pillow.
Tips are also provided for selecting jeans and their placement, as well as preparing the jeans for stitching.
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