The Refashioners 2016: Jenna

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Yay! Refashioners time again!  (I can’t wear my refashion, so you’ll have to make do with this pic of me that Portia inserted into this post without telling me instead :))  I was so happy when Portia asked me to take part again this year and extremely excited by the theme.  Jeans are so ubiquitous and so easy to get hold of which is perfect for refashioning.

I had so many ideas to start with (my initial reaction was to make a dungaree dress, which sadly would not have been practical for pregnancy so has been shelved for a while!) but I soon settled on making something I will need soon, and something I know will be used a lot – a travel changing mat.

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I had one of these when my daughter was a baby which was a freebie from a magazine and it didn’t last but it was so useful for carrying a small changing kit around, and meant that any bag could become a changing bag.

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I haven’t actually done a lot of sewing since I found out I was pregnant so this was also the perfect project to get me back into the swing of things, unfortunately my brain wasn’t in gear while I was sewing and I forgot to take any before or during pictures – sorry!

I started with a pair of jeans which I probably bought about 8-10 years ago and which were still a lovely dark indigo colour which was what I was looking for.  They also have some stretch in which isn’t ideal but hasn’t affected the end result.

Before starting, I looked at a tutorial to get a basic idea of construction and also borrowed a friend’s changing mat to get a rough idea of size.  I was obviously constrained by the width of the leg of the jeans but luckily I managed to cut the mat out whilst avoiding the leg shaping in these jeans.  Obviously this would have been easier if I had used a pair of men’s, non-stretch and unshaped jeans but these were sitting unloved in my cupboard!

I cut my jeans up the outside leg seam, leaving the inner seam intact, and lay the fabric out flat. I then made a quilt sandwich of denim, batting and soft furry plush fabric before quilting all three layers together in a diamond pattern, using basting spray and a walking foot to stop the layers shifting around while quilting.

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To make the pockets, I cut two rectangular pieces of denim from the remaining leg and two pieces of flannel fabric half as wide again as the main pocket pieces.  I gathered the bottom of the flannel to fit on the pocket, and sewed a channel for elastic along the top.

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I wanted bigger, roomier pockets than my last version as I am intending to use cloth nappies again which take up more space than disposables, but they will also be useful to put a spare change of clothes in too.

Using a faux leather bias binding I bound the pockets first before attaching them to the mat then bound the whole way around the mat.  The binding was really quite tricky to work with so I kept the walking foot on my machine and took it really slowly.  It isn’t perfect but I am happy with the outcome.  The last thing to do was to stitch the buckle on the front, which has a magnetic closure, and done!

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The only thing I had to buy to make this changing mat was the binding, everything else I had in my cupboard.  The plush and flannel were left over from making new baby gifts, I can’t even remember why I bought the buckle but I am so pleased it has been put to good use and obviously the jeans were taking up space and feeling unloved so I am delighted to have turned them into something which I know will be so useful to me in a few months’ time.  Thank you so much Portia for organising such a brilliant event.  I love seeing everyone’s projects popping up and how other people interpret the theme.  Good luck to all taking part in the community challenge!

I would have loved one of these when Elliott was a baby. So so handy. Love the way it looks like a grown up clutch form the inside and then BAM! Baby style on the inside! I can attest to how soft that plush fabric is on the inside and I suspect Jenna’s impending “mini me” is gonna love that next to his/her skin!  You could adapt this idea to make a pencil, crochet hook or knitting needle roll. Or make a smaller version as a mini sewing kit or needle case. Denim is perfect for all manner of accessories. Bags, pot holders, oven gloves, cushions, quilts, upholstery, purses, zipper pouches….the list is endless. So go change your unloved jeans into something you do love. Like, now!!

You can find Jenna here or here. And if you’re inspired to get your refashion on and enter the Community Challenge and be in with a chance of winning some epic prizes…DO IT! Deadline for entries is 30th Sept. Midnight GMT.

The Refashioners 2016 - Huge Prize Package

….I think you’ve got the idea now right? Essentially we want you to refashion some jeans! (You can find the full details/small print of the brief here). BUT, if you want to be in with a chance of winning one of these amazing prize packages you need to SHARE that refashion with us in one of the following ways:

  • On Instagram: Share a pic using the hashtags #therefashioners2016  and #jeanius
  • On Pinterest: There is a community board here where you can pin your makes. (You will need to request an invite to join)
  • On Facebook: There is a community board here where you can post your makes (You will need to request an invite to join)

Only entries shared via the above 3 methods will be entered into the competition. Closing date for entries is 30th September 2016 Midnight GMT. Good luck!!

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The Refashioners 2016: Marilla

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First of all I just want to say thank you to Portia for including me in the refashioners 2016. It is a pleasure to take part and reminds me of how much useful cloth we are surrounded by that can be reused and re-purposed. Thanks Portia x

So this year’s challenge is denim! Such a great start! I have probably refashioned more jeans than any other item of clothing and rarely give away good denim. It’s one of those items where the cloth still has a lot to offer in terms of durability and is often superior to equivalent fabrics you can find by the metre. For that reason I am a jeans hoarder.

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I set aside two pairs of jeans for this challenge and  was immediately thinking of the different blue hues and the signs of wear on my garments. I was reminded of traditional Japanese textiles, their use of indigo dye and the boro mending technique. Boro garments and textile items I have seen are rich in colour variation and texture. Below is a better description of traditional and ‘true’ Boro textiles.  Japan’s mended and patched textiles are referred to as boro, or ragged, both in Japan and abroad.

” Boro textiles are usually sewn from nineteenth and early twentieth century rags and patches of indigo dyed cotton.  The diversity of patches on any given piece is a veritable encyclopedia of hand loomed cotton indigo from old Japan. In most cases, the beautiful arrangement of patches and mending stitches is borne of necessity and happenstance, and was not planned by the maker.  Imagine that boro textiles were stitched in the shadows of farmhouses, often at night by the light of one dim candle and on, on the laps of farm women. This unselfconscious creative process has yielded hand-made articles of soulful beauty, each of which calls upon to be recognized and admired as more than the utilitarian cloth they were intended to be.” Source.

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When I was approached about the challenge I had recently acquired a new jacket pattern and immediately knew this was what I wanted to make. I used the fabulous Falda jacket pattern by Pattern Fantastique .

My approach with refashioning jeans always remains the same.  I unpick the inside leg seam and flatten both legs out to get the most amount of flat fabric.

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Inside leg seams are often sewn with a chain stitch, which if you pull the lower thread from the right direction you can just unravel without any tricky unpicking. See this instagram clip I posted here . It ‘s difficult to describe which is the right end, but it’s the base of the chain stitch. Just keep fiddling with both ends until one pulls easily. That’s how I discovered it!

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It did take a while to fit all the pieces on and I did have to use a skirt back left over from another refashion for the jacket back, but with careful planning I got there. I cut the lower sleeve pieces for the jacket thinking I was going to have long sleeves, but if I hadn’t done that then maybe I could of squeezed the whole garment onto just the jeans. After basting the side seams with short sleeves I decided I loved it as it was, so omitted the lower sleeve portions from the final garment.

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So here is the final jacket!

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It is difficult to plan a refashion absolutely and finally, so I let the process be pretty organic. I sewed up the jacket and realised the pocket placement was not working at all, so unpicked them and re-stitched them in a more natural and practical position. I really love the dark, ghost like patches that have been left behind.

The length of the jacket is longer than the pattern states because I just left the hem down. The front facing does not meet the bottom hem, so I just improvised because I really liked the longer length. Well, I liked it after I had a go at shaping the bottom hem. I chopped a load off both sides and didn’t like it, so ended up making Frankenstein style repairs to sew the missing pieces back on! This was actually a brilliant move as it led to all sorts of new additions in an attempt to make good my horrific mistake.

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Once the construction was complete the most fun bit was adding all the finishing details. I topstitched everything fairly neatly for the main body, but then incorporating my disaster into the garment allowed me to play with some finishing ideas. The inside seams are zig zagged with the gold topstitch thread which mimics the original finish of the jeans and then different colour bias tape has been used for mending and finishing the front edges and stabilising the raw edge hems. All the hand stitching is done in white thread for a point of difference and is used to mend and also anchor down parts of the facing.

I refashioned garments from the denim brand most synonymous with jeans and added touches of the original branding here and there.

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Here is the original leather label sewn onto the inside of the jacket back with hand stitches.

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So a combination of different denim washes, stitch techniques/thread colour and recycling of the original elements has produced a very “boro like” garment. I really find denim to be very malleable and a bit of a rough finish here or there only adds to the charm. There are so many nice hidden details to be discovered and the softness of the worn fabric makes this a very tactile item. It is actually more interesting off the body than on in some ways, but is also a completely relevant new item of clothing from old.

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If you hadn’t guessed, I really enjoyed this challenge! I can’t remember if I mentioned this last year, but this really appeals to my textile design background and I love considering all the detail placements.

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I pinned bits on and removed them, stitched bits and unpicked until all was completely how I wanted and achieved a balance I was happy with. This just goes to show that if you don’t instantly love your creation, it may just need some tweaking to become perfect!

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Thanks again Portia and thanks Pattern Fantastique for the great pattern! I have been wearing it all day and am set to wear it all the days!

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So are you tempted to give refashioning a go? One or two old pairs of jeans are definitely the best place to start (in my opinion). Check out some previous denim refashions I have made here  and here.

Not much can go wrong and remember frayed edges are cool, so don’t fret it! 😉

I really love this approach to refashioning. Starting with an idea of the type of garment you’d like to end up with, but not having an overly rigid approach to how you get there or exactly how the finished garment will look. Adapting to the challenges your base garments throw at you as you go and allowing the final garment to evolve. It’s a free flow approach that really allows creativity into the process and can result in some unique details and “happy accidents”. It’s also far less stressful than trying to wrestle a garment to conform to rigid preconceived idea, when it just doesn’t want to be what you want it to be! I always remember my sewing tutor telling me (in relation to fitting a garment) “Watch the fabric. It will tell you what it wants to do”. Same applies to refashioning in my experience.  I tend to think of it as working WITH the garment. Not against it. Or to put it another way,  just roll with it and see what you end up with 🙂

You can find Marilla here or here. And if you’re inspired to get your refashion on and enter the Community Challenge and be in with a chance of winning some epic prizes…DO IT! Deadline for entries is 30th Sept. Midnight GMT.

The Refashioners 2016 - Huge Prize Package

….I think you’ve got the idea now right? Essentially we want you to refashion some jeans! (You can find the full details/small print of the brief here). BUT, if you want to be in with a chance of winning one of these amazing prize packages you need to SHARE that refashion with us in one of the following ways:

  • On Instagram: Share a pic using the hashtags #therefashioners2016  and #jeanius
  • On Pinterest: There is a community board here where you can pin your makes. (You will need to request an invite to join)
  • On Facebook: There is a community board here where you can post your makes (You will need to request an invite to join)

Only entries shared via the above 3 methods will be entered into the competition. Closing date for entries is 30th September 2016 Midnight GMT. Good luck!!

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The Refashioners 2016: Ingrid

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Here we are, at the halfway point of another spectacular Refashioners series. Thank you Portia for including me again! And thank you for your patience…. I was a really naughty refashioner this year, delivering my post very late. The explanation, as you will be able to see evidence of in my photo’s below, is that my life has been in boxes for a while. The reason being moving countries for the second time in two years, starting a business, holding up two freelance jobs and planning a wedding. Oh, and finishing my masters thesis. And moving in with my mother (temporarily but still…).  All of this has unfortunately meant that my sewing and blogging has been pretty non-existent.

So, carving out time to do this challenge felt SO GOOD. My hands had missed the feeling of fabric, and my ears the buzzing (although perhaps not my boyfriend’s…) of my sewing machine. Although, the denim theme of this year’s challenge had me puzzled for a while. I love jeans. Wear them all the time. It’s so much my go to piece of clothing that I’ve been accused of not being very feminine (I know, people have a lot of deluded ideas about what femininity is). But refashioning denim is a whole other kettle of fish. While there are a huge amount of ingenious upcyling projects with denim, most of them are just too….denimy? If that makes sense. So I thought long and hard (with the help of good old Pinterest) about what to make.

In the end, necessity won out. I needed a pair of dungarees. My sister and I, with whom I’m now running a Bed & Breakfast, thought it would be fun to have dungarees as our ‘uniform’ while working. Practical, fashionable and comfortable – all in one clever package. And I figured that it couldn’t be too hard to make a pair. With refashioners in mind, I decided to give myself the challenge of making some out of one pair of men’s jeans!  I call the result… house moving chic! This is a very picture heavy post as I go through the construction steps.

I started with buying a pair of men’s jeans. Danish charity shops are golden, and I found a good pair of Diesel jeans for about £6!

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They were a pretty large size men’s jeans, but my lovely lady hips meant I had to make them a bit bigger to be able to take them on and off easily. Dungarees obviously don’t have a functioning zipper or button on the waistband… Luckily, these jeans already had these strange inserted side panels as you can see in the below image. I decided to simply take them out and insert ones that were a bit wider in order to create a looser fit that I could pull on easily.

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Wanting to use as much of the jeans as possibly, I cut off the jeans at a nice short length, and used the cut off bits to create the bib and a few other details.

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I was going to try to also create the waistband and straps out of the same material, but unfortunately I didn’t have enough fabric. I had to cheat with some old denim from my fabric stash.

I looked at a load of photo’s of dungarees on Pinterest and estimated roughly how wide the bib should be, and started cutting. I also cut out a pocket to add to the bib. I finished the edges with a simple overlocked seam, only folding the edges in by about ¾” to save fabric.

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The trickiest aspect of the construction was the waistband. Initially, I thought I could just keep the original one, but it would have looked too strange with the button and button hole still there. So, I simply took off the old waistband, and use it as a pattern piece for a new one.

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I did keep the original belt loops, only ripping the top seam as in the photo’s below. Oh and before I added the new waistband I added the slightly wider side panels I cut out using materials from the jeans. Without having done much measuring, I lucked out and had managed to cut out pieces that were wide enough to create a decent enough fit. I could also have used a contrast fabric as in this image – something to keep in mind for next time.

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Once the waistband had been added to the bib, I attached it all to the shorts. I topstitched the waistband all the way around and re-attached the belt loops.

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The final step was cutting out and attaching the straps. I simple measured the length I needed and cut out 4 panels around 3 inches wide and sewed two straps. Rather than using dungaree fasteners (or whatever they are called) or buttons I went for a speedy solution and simply stitched them on.

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As you can see the waistband and the straps are a slightly darker shade of denim thanks to using a store bought fabric. I’m thinking about dying the dungarees black to create a more even look. What do you think? Either way, here is the final product!

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I have pretty much lived in these since I made them. They have been PERFECT for all the schlepping about we’ve been doing, and they have done several rounds at the B&B too. They aren’t perfect. The bib is a bit loose thanks to a sliiightly dodgy waistband construction and there is quite a gap in the back. And if I would do it again I would have added a small panel at the back, rather than having the straps attached straight on the waistband (something like this). But all in all, a successful refashion! They look great with a slightly baggy vest top underneath, like the jersey Bantam top (from Merchant and Mills Workbook) I’m wearing in the photo’s.

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Refashioning is such a brilliant thing to do. I don’t do half as much of it as I should, most likely because I’m too lazy for all the problem solving involved in the process. So thanks Portia for yet again reminding me (and all of you) how much fun it is!

I  love a refashion that solves a problem. And that’s exactly what this has achieved by yielding a really current and wearable wardrobe staple from a pair of jeans that didn’t fit. Total win.  If it had been a larger pair of jeans no doubt Ingrid would have been able to squeeze the straps and waistband out of the original denim; or if she didn’t have the time pressures that a deadline imposes (I know, I’m evil) then she may have been able to source some denim in a similar colour wash to the source garment. But actually, it’s just perfect as it is. What a brilliant way to reconfigure a pair of jeans!

You can find Ingrid here or here. And if you’re inspired to get your refashion on and enter the Community Challenge and be in with a chance of winning some epic prizes…DO IT! Deadline for entries is 30th Sept. Midnight GMT.

The Refashioners 2016 - Huge Prize Package

….I think you’ve got the idea now right? Essentially we want you to refashion some jeans! (You can find the full details/small print of the brief here). BUT, if you want to be in with a chance of winning one of these amazing prize packages you need to SHARE that refashion with us in one of the following ways:

  • On Instagram: Share a pic using the hashtags #therefashioners2016  and #jeanius
  • On Pinterest: There is a community board here where you can pin your makes. (You will need to request an invite to join)
  • On Facebook: There is a community board here where you can post your makes (You will need to request an invite to join)

Only entries shared via the above 3 methods will be entered into the competition. Closing date for entries is 30th September 2016 Midnight GMT. Good luck!!

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The Refashioners 2016: Beth

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When Portia first told the group that the challenge was going to be jeans, I was really nervous. The last thing I wanted was to end up with a garment that really looked like it had been cobbled together from old pairs of jeans. I went through the grungy 90s and I was not eager to return.

My first thought was to make a Nita Wrap Skirt, thinking the panels of the wrap skirt would lend itself well to recycled fabric. I did a bunch of research on what’s happening with denim this season and for a while even thought about trying to make overalls (denim jacket cut away for the top and a pair of jeans for the bottom). But it was too hard to find a jacket and pants that perfectly matched.

Somewhere in my research I stumbled upon skirts that had lighter denim in the front and darker in the back. So I found two pairs of jeans and set to work.

 

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Initially  I was going to do a button front pencil skirt but decided that the button placket would use too much fabric so I went for a zip front instead.

I cut apart my jeans and laid my skirt pattern pieces on top. Annnnnnd, they did not fit. So, I took my basic one dart block and adapted it for princess seams, eliminating the darts. More patterns pieces meant I could get one skirt panel out of each pant leg piece (8 skirt panels, 2 jeans=8 pant pieces). And no darts is ideal for a heavier fabric like denim.

 

 

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I also added some curved front pockets for an extra bit of interest. I did try reusing the pockets from the jeans on the back of the skirt but it didn’t look great so I left it clean.

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I ended up taking in the skirt quite a bit to get the fitted look I was going for. By the way, princess seams are quite nice for getting just the right fit. A princess seam shift dress was actually one of my first sewing projects way back in high school. It was so satisfying to be ale to take in all those seams in just the right places to create the perfect fit.

To attach the zipper, I applied interfacing to the seam allowance of the center front and pressed it to the wrong side. Then I basted and stitched the zipper to the center front. I took my time with it and it went in pretty easily. Be aware, that when your denim has stretch, this is a place where the fabric could warp and your zipper can look warped. I think mine probably did warp a bit actually. This zipper is a 24 inch metal separating zipper. So if I want to get undressed really fast, I can just unzip all the way. 😉

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The light colored jeans came with a precut, frayed hem that I reused for the front center panel. I had to give it a couple tries to get the frayed edge even but I really like the stair step look.

To finish the waistband, I made a simple facing again to save on fabric. The only fabric I used that did not come from the jeans was a cotton I used for the pocket bags and the waistband facing.

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And the final touch, to give it a little extra RTW polish, was to add rivets to the pockets. I’ve only installed rivets one time before when I made a pair of Birkin Flares. I definitely feel like I have not mastered it yet. Hopefully, with a little more practice I’ll be able to attach a rivet without smashing it. You really can’t see the bit of smashing unless you look very closely though.

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During the refashioning I thought of a few tips that might be helpful as you start your own jeans refashioning adventures.

Tips for refashioning jeans

  1. If you’re buying, try to buy the biggest size you can, more fabric same amount of money. Also look for straight or wide legs as opposed to boot or skinny cut
  2. Look for jeans with little to no stretch. I’ve had unfortunate experiences, even with premium denim, stretching in unfortunate ways and refusing to go back into shape.
  3. Look for jeans without any fading. As you cut them up and rearrange the denim, the fading could look unnatural in its new incarnation.
  4. Most jeans have at least one seam that is constructed with a chain stitch. If the threads are not too meshed together from years of washing, you can clip the thread and pull to unravel the entire seam. It will only pull going one direction so try both ends of the seam.

 

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This was a really fun project and I’m so thrilled that Portia asked me to participate. I really love the design of this skirt and I’m already thinking about playing around with it more.

I’m a lover of simplicity of design combined with little details and, even as a trouserphile non skirt wearer, this is really floating my boat! Love the separating zip. LOVE the stepped and frayed front hem and the contrast of light and dark denim between the front and back. AND the princess seam tip is a great one. Both in terms of fit AND creating multiple narrower pattern pieces that fit onto narrow jeans legs 🙂 Thank you so much Beth!!

You can find Beth here or here. And if you’re inspired to get your refashion on and enter the Community Challenge and be in with a chance of winning some epic prizes…DO IT! Deadline for entries is 30th Sept. Midnight GMT.

The Refashioners 2016 - Huge Prize Package

….I think you’ve got the idea now right? Essentially we want you to refashion some jeans! (You can find the full details/small print of the brief here). BUT, if you want to be in with a chance of winning one of these amazing prize packages you need to SHARE that refashion with us in one of the following ways:

  • On Instagram: Share a pic using the hashtags #therefashioners2016  and #jeanius
  • On Pinterest: There is a community board here where you can pin your makes. (You will need to request an invite to join)
  • On Facebook: There is a community board here where you can post your makes (You will need to request an invite to join)

Only entries shared via the above 3 methods will be entered into the competition. Closing date for entries is 30th September 2016 Midnight GMT. Good luck!!

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