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Jeaneology: Crafty Ways to Reinvent Your Old Blues

by Nancy Flynn

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Presents step-by-step instructions and patterns ranging in difficulty for turning old blue jeans into new items, from adding color and fabric and making new jeans to creating skirts, ties, and accessories out of the old fabric.

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