Jeaneology: Crafty Ways to Reinvent Your Old Blues

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Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2007 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 120 pages
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What to do with all those old pairs of blue jeans? They no longer fit, or they’re no longer fashionable, but somehow you just can’t bring yourself to toss them away. Jeaneology is the solution. From cool flapper skirts and hair bands to laundry bags and handbags, Jeaneology features 25 innovative sewing projects aimed at turning boring old blues into hip fashion news. From clothing to accessories to great gift ideas, the projects inside all have detailed step-by-step instructions and helpful illustrations that make sewing easy, even for the beginner. Packed with full-color photos of the finished projects, and fun sidebars on jean trivia and history, Jeaneology is the ultimate craft book for a girl and her blues.

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Taking Old Blue Jeans from Tear to Wear
Letting Your Accessories Sing the Blues
Injeanious Gifts and Fun Things for the House
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Nancy Flynn is an editor and former columnist at She also designs her own line of handbags. She lives in San Francisco, California, with her husband and two daughters. Nancy's favorite pair of jeans are dark wash, low-rise, and boot cut.

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