Announcing the first challenge of 2015!

Let’s not even talk about where November went…but now it’s time to think about January’s challenge and we have a fantastic classic to kick us off!

Denim never goes out of style, right?

From the classic jean…

Jalie 2908

StyleArc Jilly Jean

Closet Case Files Ginger

Papercut Patterns pleated pants

To denim skirts!

StyleArc Sally Jean Skirt

Style Arc Kate Skirt 

Butterick 5649 by asewinglife

A denim Hollyburn by[sew]

Even denim dresses…

Free Japanese denim smock dress pattern (translated)

Lekala 5919

A Demin Dress by The Sew Convert

BurdaStyle denim dress by Apples and Green

What will you be sewing up in denim next year?



34 thoughts on “Announcing the first challenge of 2015!

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  7. My first challenge! I have some denim in my stash so thinking of making shorts. Not entirely weather appropriate for January but I think that it’s all I can squeeze out of this fabric (dark denim with some stretch). Now to find a pattern… any suggestions?


  8. A question for the hosts and fellow contributors – what are your thoughts on remaking a pair of jeans into another garment? Do you think this would be ok for this challenge?


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