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Denim Week Introduction

Denim Week by Skirt Fixation

Welcome to Denim Week!  This is a super fun week where we’re going to cover everything to do with denim.  There’s a giveaway, discounts, inspiration, tutorials and much more! 

Denim Week by Skirt Fixation

Denim Week Schedule

Monday, June 25: Denim Introduction

Tuesday, June 26: Denim fabric and supplies

Wednesday, June 27: Denim patterns and tutorials

Thursday, June 28: Denim details (Pockets, tags, topstitching, distressing and all the little ways to make your denim garment special!)

Friday, June 29: Other uses for denim

Okay, so let’s get this introduction started!  (The giveaway is located at the end, so be sure to scroll all the way through, it’s a good one!)

Denim quilt made by Skirt Fixation from old jeans

If you’re interested in the history of denim, check out our post here.

Sewing jeans for the 1st time - Skirt Fixation

This post has everything you should know before you start sewing jeans.

Follow Skirtfixation on Pinterest for inspiration

We’ve got a Pinterest board dedicated to Denim Details here.

Denim skirt sewn by Skirt Fixation

For this denim week occasion, I’ve sewn myself two new denim skirts!  I’m excited to share them with you in full detail.  (The back side of these are the best part, if I do say so myself!)

Denim skirt sewn by Skirt Fixation

We would be remiss if we didn’t mention that sewing with denim usually means a more complex project.  Which, for beginner sewists, can be quite intimidating.  And we admit that it took us quite a few years of sewing before we attempted these advanced type of projects.  So if you love denim, but are not ready to sew your own, we highly recommend these denim skirts from Style J.

Denim Week Discount

Right now, the Sandbridge Skirt is the featured pattern over at Hey June Patterns, so use the code “Sandbridge15” to get if for 15% off!

Denim Week Giveaway

Cone Mills Denim

Currently, Cone Mills denim is the hottest fabric item in the sewing community.  Threadbare Fabrics has some in stock, and is generously offering 2 yard to the winner of this giveaway!

Closet Case patterns is offering a pattern selected by the winner from any of their jeans patterns.  This included the brand new Jenny Trousers and Overalls, the popular Ginger Jeans (in any of the 3 varieties) and the Morgan Jeans.

Itch to Stitch is giving any one pattern from their shop to the winner.  The winner can choose any pattern, but these are the ones that use denim fabric: Danube Jean Skirt, Mountain View Pull-On Jeans, Liana Stretch Jeans, Angelia Shorts, Sequoia Cargos.

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More Denim Details Inspiration:

We’ve got a Pinterest board dedicated to Denim Details here.

Day 1: Introduction and Cone Mills Denim Giveaway

Day 2: Giant List of Denim Fabric, Supplies and Resources

Day 3: Giant List of Denim Patterns Classes and Tutorials

Day 4: Denim Details to customize your creation

Day 5: Other things to make with Denim Fabric

6 thoughts on “Denim Week Introduction

  1. Great skirts!! I picked up a white stretch denim that is begging to be a sandbridge!

  2. I bought the Sandbridge pattern yesterday and the Santi skirt pattern from Designer Stitch, too. I’m hoping I can cut the gored panels for the Santi skirt out of the old jeans that I have been stockpiling for some reason…

    I can’t wait to read the details about your new maxi skirt, it looks perfect! I haven’t been happy with the fit on the last few Style J skirts I’ve bought, so I think it’s time to make my own.

    1. You can totally make your own…better!

  3. […] and more.  We had so much fun virtually shopping and putting together this resource for you.  Be sure to check out Day 1: Introduction for the giveaway of Cone Mills denim and […]

  4. […] That’s it for Day 3 of Denim Week!  If you made it this far, reward yourself by entering the giveaway! […]

  5. […] Day 1: Introduction and Cone Mills Denim Giveaway […]

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