Blog Tour Kickoff & Giveaway!

Good Morning and welcome to the Dimensional Denim blog tour! Today we kick off 10 days of dimensional projects, ideas and inspiration from some of the most creative minds on the internet.


Amy was inspired to write this book while designing her Crossroads Denim line. Working with the denim we realized that we needed to create a pattern to take advantage of it’s unique qualities. Denim is double-sided, textural and extremely rip-able. We wanted to use these properties in patterns that offer more than a flat surface, but add a three dimensional quality to your sewing projects.


We chose 10 techniques that we thought could be applied to all sorts of projects; garments, home decor and accessories. The techniques are simple, but create a stunning look. Each technique has an accompanying project for you to create. But don’t stop there! Our hope is that you take these techniques and incorporate them into other patterns and projects.


We were interested in how the techniques inspire other people, so we rounded up 10 of our creative friends for a little show and tell. Follow along with us for the next two weeks as we check out Dimensional Denim inspiration all over the web!


This Contest is Closed

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Blog Tour Schedule:

8/4 Kollbora

8/5 Amy Barickman
8/6 FishSticks Designs

8/7 Cool2Craft

8/8 The Sewing Loft

8/11 Nancy Zieman

8/12 Skip to My Lou

8/13 Inventive Denim

8/14 Whipstitch

8/15 Coats and Clark


261 Responses to Blog Tour Kickoff & Giveaway!

  1. Sara says:

    What a neat twist on denim! I love the creative things she has done and would LOVE to win a copy of her book. If I won the denim I would be thrilled too!!

  2. jennifer o says:

    I love repurposing denim and I’d love this book!

  3. Jessibeth Vicenty says:

    Would love to win this copy to learn some techniques! I will sew some of them on a table runner or a dishtowel 🙂 I like to make Home Decors lol

  4. Norma Jean McDarmont says:

    Wonderful new project ideas to try.

  5. Norma Jean McDarmont says:

    Denim is a fabric I have not sewed much of, so this book will be a new inspiration and a learning experience for me.

  6. Natalie says:

    Woven denim strips for throw pillows looks good to me! Hope I win!

  7. Kathie says:

    I would love some detail on skirts for my daughter.

  8. Lynda W. says:

    I love to sew with denim. It is si versatile. This gives me so many ideas. Thanks

  9. I think these techniques would really help to spice up my wardrobe 🙂 I like my clothes with a little added something, so to make denim more interesting sounds good to me.

  10. Carmen N says:

    I’d love to make several bags using this technique

  11. Joyce Mosby says:

    What fun ideas!

  12. Linda says:

    I like the pillow idea. Thanks for the giveaway!

  13. Linda says:

    I really like the pillow idea! Thanks for the giveaway.

  14. Joan says:

    Never thought about denim for a table runner what a great idea.

  15. Nesta says:

    I would love to try an art quilt to hang in my badroom!

  16. Susan says:

    I like the ruffles and swirls. I think they would be great on pillows. I think I would incorporate some of the others into a quilt or little kids clothes.

  17. Tabitha Keener says:

    I would definitely use the techniques to make a quilt and pillows. I would love to try using the techniques at making some clothing. Thanks for the giveaway!

  18. Karen Peterson says:

    I really love the idea and want to use it for a duvet cover; maybe with a light weight denim.

  19. Helen says:

    I too have lots of old denim jeans waiting in a box for the perfect idea. It would be great to have a fun project.

  20. Emily says:

    I need to make some more pillows for my new house!

  21. Rachel says:

    I love the idea of creating denim ruffles!

  22. Kathy E. says:

    I would use a new technique to make pillows!

  23. Nancy says:

    I would make a durable denim messenger bag first using the triangular frayed design. The black and white rug looked awesome. I would use the swirl design to embellish a sweater – I’m thinking cream circles on cream sweater or a pop of color swirl on a gray cardi.

  24. Margaret says:

    Love the idea of the falling leaves. The use of of the colorful denim used in the table runner is wonderful. A perfect fall accent, for a fall table setting.

  25. Sarah J. says:

    I would love to make some pillows with these techniques for my daughter’s “big girl” room. Thanks for the chance to win!

  26. Vicki H says:

    I would use some of the ideas for a bag.

  27. Lori Morton says:

    I would definitely make pillows for Family Room, and some clothes for the Grangirlie too….& maybe quilts too! Looove denim!! 🙂

  28. Mara says:

    I would love to make the pillows and maybe some clothes.

  29. nancy in IN says:

    Just the ideas I need for our cabin.
    Book would be great.

  30. Alli says:

    I really like the circle flower and pillow in the last picture, so I’d probably try to make something like that!

  31. Karen Chatters says:

    I think this is super fab! I’m thinking skirts and shorts and maybe even a cute little jumper for my girl.

  32. Helen says:

    Love all the ideas. Likely to try some on vests and pillows. Sounds like a wonderful book.

  33. Elaine S says:

    This book seems to be full of great ideas that I would love to try. Have a stack of old denim ready to use.

  34. Mary Sue says:

    I have a bunch of denim jeans waiting for upcycling and this book would provide some much needed inspiration.

  35. Mary Sue Wysocki says:

    I have a bunch of saved denim jeans in a closet waiting for inspiration, this would really be great.

  36. Angela Lee says:

    These are so fun!!! I can’t wait to try the techniques.

  37. Violet ODell says:

    I want to make a quilt for my Marine grandson
    using some of his old uniforms and some denim. He did 2 tours in Iraq and just got back from Afghanistan.

  38. Carin says:

    Really cool stuff, and so inspiring

  39. Carin says:

    I have a huge collection of used denim clothing and this would be just the thing to help me put that to good use. If I could start now I could have some gifts ready for the holidays. It’s just so appealing!

  40. Mary Hartman says:

    I want to make a denim vest using some of these techniques. Great colors, too.

  41. Ilene says:

    I’d utilize these techniques to make some beautiful lap quilts! Love what I see of this book!

  42. Brenda W. says:

    I would love to try all the ideas in this book! So cute!!!

  43. barbara woods says:

    I want to learn how, thanks

  44. Beth Stokes says:

    I look forward to making a sample of all techniques. The pillows will be my first full projects.

  45. Nancy H says:

    I have so many scraps from old pairs of jeans, my family thinks I am a hoarder but wait until they see what I make after winning this!!!

  46. LindaC in AZ says:

    I think the pillows look great. Would love to try some of the techniques.

  47. Dell Martinez says:

    A new technique and DENIM!! Great combination. I hope I win.

  48. Carol N says:

    I love the colors. They’re awesome. Great projects.

  49. Gail says:

    I am always looking for practical, yet easy projects to teach in our Husqvarna Viking Club at Abbey Sewing Center in St. Louis, MO.

  50. Alice says:

    I have been wondering how to use up the piles of denim I have. My ideas were all boring, so thank you for sharing your creativity.

  51. Lisa Garrett says:

    I would love to make tote bags with some of these techniques.

  52. Jennifer says:

    I like the circular sections and would like to do some wall art for my teenage daughters room.

  53. Dezi A says:

    I’d sure love to copy your technique for those circle flower things on pillows and wall art. Stunning!!

  54. Elizabeth Frank says:

    This technique would be great to use to make colorful pillows for my porch. I have been looking for a way to make pillows that will be really making a difference to perk up my couch!.

  55. Becky Payne says:

    I love the fun denim colors!!

  56. Robin says:

    Fantastic techniques! I would love to win this inspirational book and try some of these myself!

  57. Robin says:

    I would love to use these techniques on apparel!

  58. Carol says:

    What great ideas!!! I want to try this.

  59. Duane Wiley says:

    This looks like a fabulous book! I’ve been saving our old jeans for future projects so this will be perfect! Thanks for the opportunity to win this book!

  60. Marion Paden says:

    My first reaction is WOW. I have one young adult granddaughter, and 2 preteens. Thinking of pillows, and purses. Vests. This comes just in time for Christmas.

  61. Judy Hodges says:

    I want to try the frayed strips on a pillow.

  62. DeAnna says:

    Great project with denim. Looks like there are some great projects in this book. Thanks for offering.

  63. NC Matheson says:

    I would like to make a unique picnic blanket

  64. Giuditta says:

    Can’t wait to try these techniques — what gorgeous photos! Thanks for the chance to win.

  65. Janice Ray says:

    It looks like grand ideas for new totes as well as new pillows.

  66. Ellyn says:

    Nice technique. I’m going to try it on the flip side of a leather pillow I’m making for hubbys side of the bed.

  67. neecee crisp says:

    love to try new ideas. will use some of them for pillows

  68. Phyllis in Iowa says:

    Lovely projects. I have a stack of used jeans and some denim yardage waiting for the perfect projects.

  69. Rosemary says:

    I’ve got lots of denim but have been debating on what to do with it. These are great ideas, thanks.

  70. Brenda says:

    I canon wait to get started on my denim quilt so you have to pick me as a winner…..otherwise I will have to purchase a book.

  71. Natalya says:

    Looks somewhat as chenille, but without cutting. Nice idea, as always! Thanks, Nancy!

  72. kathy says:

    I love this technique. Can’t wait to read the rest of the blogs

  73. Marjory W. says:

    I can use these techniques on the doll clothing I make, as well as on purses and pillows. Great ideas!

  74. Kelli says:

    Funky clothing – great ideas.

  75. Wow these are great techniques all in one collection. And what is better than denim?

  76. ZB WonderWoman says:

    I love denim’s ease of manipulation, not to mention its textural properties. I’ve embellished denim / challis shirts with cotton fabrics; now, after seeing the cover of your book, I’m sketching ideas for a jean jacket that was too good to pass up a few years ago. Great bones, but in need of a soupcon of fabulous.

    Stripes, twists, twirls, texture, the possibilities are endless. And Colorful!

  77. Diana says:

    Great idea for all sorts of projects .. Love the pillow idea, could be used on a denim jacket, frilly pockets: all sorts of ideas for sure !
    Thanks for the chance to win

  78. Sandra Cantrell says:

    Pillows and more pillows!!!!

  79. Sharon K says:

    I can see a cool looking vest to wear with my denims

  80. KAM says:

    I love to make items from granddaughters and nieces jeans for myself and their parents. Using Denim pillows on porch and motorhome because of durability.

  81. Liane says:

    I will use it to make handbags.

  82. Carmen says:

    Lots of cute ideas!

  83. Jean says:

    Love, love, love that denim works for all age groups and almost any decor–have so many ideas for projects using these techniques! thank you!

  84. Becky M says:

    I would love to incorporate these techniques into pillows for my new home. Great ideas!!

  85. Teresa Smith says:

    Love denim, this is going to rock!

  86. Margaret Graczyk says:

    Who Knew? Obviously, Amy Barickman! I have been saving our denim jeans in the likelihood that I WILL eventually make a denim quilt and I’ve just joined a quilt guild for that moment. Just today I loved seeing the techniques in this column as they were encouraging me to take the plunge. My sewing room is waiting for it’s legs to the cutting table and then? Move over dress form, HERE GOES!

  87. Christy H says:

    I would love to make some big pillows for my son’s room, to sit on.

  88. Carol Jansen says:

    I love the pillow ideas and I think I would use
    these ideas on a jacket or kids ware. Thanks for the opportunity to win this wonderful book.

  89. VirginIa says:

    I have a stack of denim to be recycled. I would love to receive a copy of the book. Looking to forward to start using my denim !

  90. Beulah Pinson says:

    Looks like a fun sewing project. Would like to make pillows

  91. Heidi B says:

    I like all the pillows! what fun you can have making any one of them. I like Nancy’s choice of rip & stitch blocks.

  92. Ilana says:

    I would start off making throw pillows and then I would love to make a piece of wall art like the big spiral flower. It’s just stunning.

  93. Lovethe idea of using these idea.

  94. JudiC says:

    I would love to win & make all of the projects.

  95. SONJA HANSEN says:

    I need to make a new cover for a daybed, including pillows and back cushions.

  96. Pamela White says:

    I love the denim texture ideas! Just another GREEN way to recycle and SAVE $.

  97. Peggy says:

    Wow! What a fabulous book of ideas! Those pillows are so unique. I can’t wait to try some of my own. And the colors of denim are fabulous too! I will have to look for them.
    Thanks for all the great ideas!

  98. I think this would have great application on kids jeans (frilly pockets)

  99. Betty Hanneman says:

    I am always looking for serger ideas. I can see how these techniques can easily be made using a serger. Thanks for the great ideas!

  100. Violet ODell says:

    Love to sew with denim and would make many pillows as gifts for my daughters and daughters in law.

  101. Carmel Hines says:

    These techniques look like a lot of fun and a great way to use some of my stash of old jeans.

  102. Julie says:

    I’m sure I would make a pillow:) Thanks

  103. Cindy says:

    Love, love, love the flower design and the pillows. I think I would make one or more of these if I were to wjn the book!

  104. Sandra L Chavez says:

    Love the texture you create with your techniques and absolutely love your use of the denim.

  105. Ellen Phillippe says:

    OH MY GOODNESS………….. I know what I’m doing today. So glad I have a stash of denim!!! I want the book!!!! Great giveaway.

  106. Donna Fecteau says:

    I would love to make some pillows for my room , tote bags and I might update a denim skirt that i have as well.

  107. Pam VanAustin says:

    Textures are good for Autistic children. Hope to win this book to give some of the technics a try! Thanks for the opportunity to win it!!

  108. I think I’d start with a few cushion covers to try some of the techniques.

  109. jane d says:

    I love all the pillow ideas!

  110. Marty says:


  111. Lydia says:

    I COVE great denim ideas!!

  112. Anne Maskell says:

    I think I would start out by making throw pillows and move on to a larger project when I’d mastered the techniques in the book.

  113. ConnieG says:

    Great ideas!

  114. Kate says:

    Love the look of these! Thanks for the chance to win!

  115. Ashley says:

    I would love a new set of decorative pillows, and maybe even a cute chair cover using some of the book techniques!

  116. Mary Morochnick says:

    It is amazing how these techniques add depth and texture to the fabric. I would love to make something using them.

  117. ruby t says:

    I would make some place mats for the kitchen, pillows and a scarf. These look so cool and I love the colors of the denim.

  118. Garm says:

    I would definitely make pillows for the futon on the porch

  119. Dee Robinson says:

    I would use the Dimensional Denim techniques in creating wall hangings, pillows and bags.

  120. Sarah says:

    I really like the pillows; those are what I’d most likely do.

  121. Mary Jordan says:

    Great ideas. Love the idea of repurposing denim.

  122. Linda says:

    I will make the pillow and make a quilt–love these projects…..

  123. betty says:

    Pillows all pillows

  124. Toni Gambino says:

    I am having an atomic anxiety attack thinking of all the items I can tackle with this book.
    I have crates of old jeans just waiting for new ideas to bring joy to someone in a great design.
    I adore sewing on denim, especially for ragged items.

  125. Toni Gambino says:

    I am experiencing an atomic anxiety attack at the thrilling possibility of winning this fantastic book.
    I have crates of denim jeans just waiting for that moment.
    I love sewing denim, especially on rag items.

  126. Lesley says:

    That book looks so fun!

  127. Marcia Herath says:

    This just looks like so much fun.

  128. Donna Moore says:

    This would be a great addition to m y sewing library. Boy could I make some neat things to share! I love to sew for others and this would be exciting to see just what I could do.

  129. Annette Deardurff says:

    Love the ideas in this new book of Amy’s! I’ve been hoarding old jeans to use in projects. Looks like I can have some fun now!!!

  130. Toni Gambino says:

    I am experiencing such a worldwind anxiety attack to use these ideas. I literally have saved crates of old jeans waiting for this. I LOVE working with denim especially on rag designs.

  131. Toni Gambino says:

    I am experiencing an anxiety attack I want this book so desperately. I ABSOLUTELY love working with denim and have crates of old jeans saved up just waiting for these designs. Truly praying to win.

  132. Melody says:

    I have a TON of denim — those pillows will be on my family sectional! Thanks for giving away this book.

  133. Terry says:

    What a great book…I’d use it to make some fun pillows. Thanks for the chance 🙂

  134. Anita arohman says:

    I would like to make some type of bag or quilt out of the book, looks like it has lots of great tips for working with denim. Thanks for the giveaway!

  135. Janie says:

    Pillows!!!! Everything looks great! Thanks for the giveaway.

  136. Lauren says:

    Love all the pillows. First thing I would work on.

  137. Sandy says:

    This would be a great technique for accent pillows.

  138. Kathy Davis says:

    I would make couch pillows. The photo of the white couch with pillow is gorgeous!

  139. auschick says:

    I have a whole pile of jeans just waiting for a project! Would love to use this book to repurpose them.

  140. MayLa says:

    I’m in the process of recovering a chair in denim for my guestroom and was wondering what to make for the extra little touches for the room. This book is perfect and full of ideas. Thank you.

  141. kbo says:

    I would place the techniques on a table runner, creating one long dimensional pattern. Using denim in this way is a new creative concept.

  142. barb macaskill says:

    What an amazing book! Being housebound I don’t get to Craft Stores to check out stuff like this so I love seeing it online!!! Would LOVE to win the book and the fabric would put me on top the moon! Thanks for the chance to own this amazing book and maybe even some of the delicious fabric!

    • barb macaskill says:

      I forgot to say how I would use these techniques! I do a lot of altered art and canvases and would be using the fabric and techniques on my altered art projects!! I think it would really make them go from wow to WOW! TFS!

  143. Michelle Wilson says:

    I have been saving all my old jeans that get torn so I can use the good parts of the denim. I would love to have some great ideas on how to use them.

  144. Kara Bonta says:

    Love the heart ruffle pillow

  145. I’d love to learn how to do these techniques!! I love them!!

  146. darlene macdonald says:

    I think using the ‘weaving’ technique would be cool to create some small rugs for my mudroom. Serge the edges of the strips and they’d be all set to go! Thanks for the giveaway!!!

  147. Amy Caldwell says:

    Love this!!!! I would love to challenge myself by not only making throw pillows for my sectional, but also throws for me and hubby, so we both have one( because he’s a blanket hog on the couch….LOL Thanks for the chance

  148. Margo Gillaspy says:

    I would love to learn some techniques to use up my stash of old jeans!

  149. Donna Cruz says:

    I love making bags and quilts, and a denim quilt is one of my new projects. I’m always looking for new ways to use denim.

  150. Patricia Vajda says:

    I just love the pillows with the circular flowers.

  151. Charlyn Trussell says:

    Anything with denim raw edges works for me!

  152. Cindy says:

    Checked out Kollabora.

  153. Mo LaBranche says:

    Denim purses, especially cross body ones and some tips on straps that aren’t bulky and hard to sew on a non high tech sewing machines.

  154. Lee says:

    I would love to make some denim bags! thank you!

  155. Amy Downey says:

    Denim is perfect for reuse and should be celebrated for its durable qualities……would love this prize!!!!

  156. Christina Gonzalez says:

    Recycle denim techniques

  157. Nancy Myers says:

    I like incorporating dimensional techniques in sewing projects when I can. I also have many denim jeans waiting to be used. Would be happy to win a book. Thank you.

  158. Janey says:

    Having raised 7 sons, we have a few pieces of denim left over. Would love this book to see what we can do with what we have. Wahooo!!!!

  159. I love to make quilts and pillows from jeans.

  160. KateE says:

    This would be a fabulous book for me to be able to express my creative nature while recycling denim! I would like to be entered into the drawing! Thanks!

  161. Geni Pickens says:

    This book would help me use up all the jeans I’ve been saving and collecting over the past few years!!

  162. Susan says:

    I love using textures in garments such as vests and jackets……a denim jacket could be fun.

  163. Cecilia says:

    I would make the pillows.

  164. Ginger says:

    That scarf is cute!

  165. Susan says:

    I love doing folded work for texture. This would be fun in a quilt

  166. Jane says:

    The Crossroads Denim is so luscious. This book would be a great way to utilize it!

  167. Pat says:

    I love working with denim and can think of many ways I can use it and many things I can make.A purse or a vest are things I love to make and use.

  168. Cheryle says:

    I am looking forward to using up my old denim jeans for something creative or just to renew them with some sharp designs

  169. Shelley L says:

    I love that denim!

  170. Mary Reisdorph says:

    I have been collecting jeans for some time now. I am going to follow for some new ideas

  171. Mary Reisdorph says:

    I have been collecting jeans for some time. I have two quilts in the works. Some new ideas will be great

  172. Jan G says:

    This is sew much fun!!! Thank you can’t wait to see all the fun projects they come up with!!! Thank you sew much Jan

  173. Linda Kernodle says:

    I would use it to make accent pillows and to add design elements to jackets. It would be fun to make a quilt using the techniques.

  174. Mary Reisdorph says:

    I have been collecting old jeans for quite some time. I m going to love your blog for some new ideas.

  175. Harriet says:

    These are great techniques for a denim quilt.

  176. Sue says:

    Love this new book. Can’t wait to try some new pillows that will stand up to child’s play!!!

  177. Joyce says:

    Love working with denim…made several raggy quilts and several bags. Would love to add some texture to the already cool denim for NEXT time.

  178. KIM OLSON says:

    Colored denim! What a great idea. I’ve always loved the durability of denim and now we can do so many exciting things with color and dimension.

  179. Helen says:

    Finally some fresh ideas for all the jeans I ‘ve been stockpiling.

  180. Judy says:

    I sew a lot of garments and have a great interest in fabric manipulation. Seems like these techniques would add greatly to my knowledge!

  181. Susan Hansen says:

    I’m so intrigued with this new design concept using denim. Not a fabric I consider very often. I’d love to learn more!

  182. Linda Oliver says:

    I love denim… will be interesting to see all the ideas in the book ….so many ideas for wearable art and for the home…

  183. ms sam nicholson says:

    I have been collecting old jeans for six months!! Can’t wait to see some of your ideas!!

  184. Deb E says:

    I love denim purses but the few I have are way too small. I would love to use some of these techniques to make a large denim purse or bag. Still wishlisted this book too.

  185. Betty says:

    Love denim especially the bright colors!! It has now become a staple in home decor. ex. Junk Gypsies denim couch for TPB Love using/sewing with your books because of your detail and creative twists which are inspiring. Naturally, would love to win your new denim one!!

  186. PAMELA M THOMASON says:

    I will definitely make the woven pillow.

  187. rita lindberg says:

    I love to work with denim, my Bernina does a wonderful job with it.

  188. Al says:

    Finally, my wife can do something with those left-over blue jeans

  189. Susan S. says:

    Love this! I’m about to sew a denim vest or 2 and need some new ideas.

  190. Judy S says:

    Love Denim! we have an ongoing thing – Mom do you need any more jeans? of course! would love to try even more things out of the denim I have collected.

  191. Debra Bopp says:

    Great ideas! Would live to win!

  192. Kit says:

    I have been saving old jeans and denim scraps for years. This book would provide inspiration for me to use some of this stash.

  193. Judy Allen says:

    I haven’t sewn with denim and would love to give it a try.

  194. Donna says:

    I would use these techniques on bags, kids clothes, and home dec.

  195. Jada Hughes says:

    This would give me extra ideas. I’m always looking for ways to use up denim.

  196. Marya says:

    Nice to see a book that manipulates denim!

  197. Patty hutton says:

    looking forward to view the book.

  198. Donna Klug says:

    Love these ideas! I would use the denim dimensions on pillows, bags, skirts and jackets for my grand daughters and myself!

  199. Anita Profitt says:

    would love to win a book , thanks for the giveaway.

  200. Kathe Gardner says:

    Love re-purposing old clothes into something new and it’s always great to see new idea coming out.

  201. Donna Klug says:

    Love the ideas in this book! I would use the denim dimensions to make bags, pillows and to add embellishment to skirts and jackets for my grand daughters and myself!

  202. Chris Lynch says:

    I can’t wait to try these techniques!

  203. Elena Pérez Hervás says:

    Me parece un libro genial. Me encanta aprender cosas nuevas. Gracias

  204. Joan Mitchell says:

    Would love to have a copy of this book and, of course the rest of the grand prize package too.

  205. Carla says:

    I book is a great idea for me to know how else I can use the denim. The denim fabric is great to work with so other ideas in its use would be great.

  206. Lori M. says:

    I have been recycling jeans into skirts, shorts, dresses, purses, diaperbags, tent, blankets, chair covers, carseat covers…Lots of things…I am always on the lookout for new ways in using denim, new and old…Thank you for the giveaway…

  207. Lauren says:

    I love that other shades of denim are available to sewists now.

  208. Peg G says:

    Am currently teaching a denim class so I would love to learn some new techniques.

  209. Rina Hovden says:

    Pillows, quilts, purses, anything that can be embellished!

  210. Barb Gordy says:

    I want to make something for my grandkids. I think they would love something made from denim since it’s their favorite thing to wear.

  211. Barb S. says:

    I would use Denim Dimensional techniques to make purses and scarfs

  212. Betty says:

    I have been saving old jeans forever and now I can make something, not only useful but, decorative.

  213. Glenda Kyser says:

    To me there is no other fabric I’d rather have.
    Denim is so versatile and lasting.

    I think when God told the children of Israel to only wear garments of natural fiber; He must of had denim in mind! LOL

  214. Glenda Kyser says:

    To me there is no other fabric I’d rather have.
    Denium is so versatile and lasting.

    I think when God told the children of Israel to only wear garments of natural fiber; He must of had denium in mind! LOL

  215. Patricia says:

    Jackets, totes, zip pouches, hip bags….the possibilities are endless!

  216. Barbara says:

    Great idea! I already like what I see.

  217. Ellee says:

    A tote bag would be my first project followed by an assortment of throw pillows. After that, I’m sure I’d have lots more ideas of what to create.

  218. Like to make bags and pillows

  219. Kim Lambertz says:

    Can’t wait to see this book! Hope I win one!

  220. Gayle says:

    Awesome, I have some used jeans. Looking for a project to use them with.

  221. tiff w says:

    I have a virtual ton of denim to work with and would love to see what the triangle pattern on the cover is because I want to do that!!!

  222. wendy says:

    I would love to make some of those wonderful pillows!

  223. Meryl Samuels-Turner says:

    This looks like an awesome book!!! Can’t wait to get my hands on this so I can create projects with exciting denim textures.

  224. Suzanne Rutherford says:

    Love these designs!

  225. Cheryl says:

    Would love the book!!

  226. Daisy Hovey says:

    I would love to make new pillows for my family room ! Great patterns !

  227. brenda says:

    love the flower art work!

  228. Judy Brennan says:

    LOVE the idea of having lots of ideas for denim in a book. LOVE your ideas, Amy. Would love a copy!!! Thans.

  229. Jen K says:

    I’d use the techniques on pillows (because you can’t have too many cool pillows), on totes (because as a crafter you also can’t have too many cool totes) and hopefully on a jacket.

  230. Deenie says:


  231. anne macklin says:

    I love sewing denim, especially jean skirts!

  232. Keri says:

    Great ideas! Can’t wait to see more.

  233. Cheri Raduenz says:

    I love working with denim and I know I would love this book!!

  234. Nancy says:

    So many great denim ideas! Can’t wait to get the books and begin crafting!

  235. Jacklynn Grimm says:

    I love the pillows – made from denim they will withstand anything! I also like turning denim wrong side out to get a change in color. Thanks for the give away!

  236. Nancy Arenas says:

    I love to make purses and flowers-I think these techniques would add a whole new dimension to both.

  237. Karen says:

    To make some new pillows!

  238. Diane Laughridge says:

    I have been wanting to make a sampler/wall hanging that has squares of different dimensional fabric techniques. This sounds like the perfect inspiration for my project!

  239. debra says:

    The book looks fabulous. I would use the techniques in sewing, crafting and quilting.

  240. Karen L Walker says:

    I love these ideas, especially for kids and folk who like to play with textured fabric creations, such as pillows. I think all my grandkids would love a pillow made with denim textures.

  241. Chris says:

    I love your patterns so can’t wait to see this book.

  242. Cindy Dahl says:

    I’d love to use some of that denim for home dec projects.

  243. Tina says:

    Looking forward to this

  244. joanne wisniewski says:

    Great technique

  245. Sharon says:

    Thanks…I think I would use dimensional denim on bags, bowls and boxes.

  246. Terri says:

    Live denim

  247. amanda says:

    What a fantastic idea, I’ll certainly be looking out for the book, though it will be even better if I can win it!

  248. Daisy Miller says:

    Looking forward to learning something new!

  249. A great venue for creativity with one of the most long lasting fabrics there is and the most versatile. Love it.

  250. Lyn says:

    So if I don’t win a copy … I am BUYING this book…
    I love having ideas and patterns that I can peruse at my leisure… not that I have much Leisure time… but in the still quiet moments when I am able to Steal away from the busy day-to-day rush. when I can think and imagine and create….

  251. BJ Marley says:

    I think I would just them in a jacket.

  252. teri c says:

    Love the pillows.

  253. Christine Craig says:

    I would love to make a bed quilt for my Grandkids room. I know the 11 year old will love it and the 8 year old will too.
    Who knows what other techniques I will learn with the book. endless ideas I am sure!

  254. Janet Gunther says:

    Good ideas!

  255. Barbara Stickle says:


  256. Judy Brennan says:

    LOVE this new book. Would love to have a copy so I can use all the DENIM I have in my house and make into usable items!!!! Thanks, Amy.

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