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Drop-Dead Denim: One Tough Pouf

Drop-Dead Denim: One Tough Pouf
And just like that… we’re here! At the end of our Drop-Dead Denim road… Wow! My heartfelt thanks to my amazing guest-blogger-friends, to the Flickr group contributors, to the generous giveaway sponsors, to all commenters and readers, to all those denim artists out there, and of course, to denim itself. You’ve made this month a real highlight for me! I just have one last little post left for you… Enjoy! I hadn’t made any denimy goodness for the boy this September, bad me, and I felt I needed to rectify that. Tutorial: One Tough Pouf I kinda made this up as I went along. You will need: Denim scraps in different shades18″ round template (I used a large plastic platter rescued from the recycling bin.)5″ round templatepaper templates as drawn out in #2 belowPair of scissorsSewing machineRuler and pencilstraight pinsneedle and threadstuffing (I used the stuffing from 2 large cushions that we rarely used)Optional: embroidery thread and dimensional fabric paint 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

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