Saturday 29 September 2012

Threading Your Way ~ Refashioning with Denim ~ Link Party

Welcome to the thirty second edition of Threading YOUR Way with Threading My Way. Each ongoing, themed link party is steadily growing into a resource full of ideas and inspiration.
    Remember, these linkys are ongoing, so you can continue to add projects throughout the year. Add as many projects as you would like.

    Our thirty second linky for 2012 is everything Refashioning with Denim... anything that has been made from a pre-loved denim garment.

    Refashioning with Denim
    Link up any family friendly posts that you have written on Refashioning With Denim Your posts might (but don't have to) include any of the following:
    • how to's 
    • tutorials
    • photos
    • tips 
    • what you have learnt
    As long as YOU have written the post, link it up. Link up as many posts on Refashioning With Denim, as you would like. Come back through the year and add more. You may have already linked up a refashioned denim project to one of our previous link parties. I'd love you to relink it here, as well!

    Guidelines for linking up:
    • Each post needs to be about Refashioning With Denim.
    • Link to a specific post (not the home page of your blog).
    • No direct links to shops or giveaways.
    The fine print:
    • By linking up, you are giving me permission to use one of your photos in a feature. I will, of course, link back to your post, giving you full credit.
    • By linking up, you are giving me permission to pin your post to Pinterest. I pin all features to Pinterest, unless you specifically request me not to.
    • By linking up, you are giving me permission to share your post on social media - FacebookTwitterGoogle+
    If you'd like:
    • Subscribe to Threading My Way (GFC, RSS, email), to keep up to date, to see if you've been featured and to know when the next themed party starts.
    • Grab a button to spread the word about Threading YOUR Way with Threading My Way and put it somewhere on your blog. 
    • Visit some of the other links. Everyone loves comments.

    I usually post Features each Saturday on Threading My Way. Features are chosen from all of the linkys, not just the most recent.

    Earlier this year I did a round up post, featuring 14 of my favourite jeans refashions linked to various Threading YOUR Way with Threading My Way  link parties.

    I look forward to seeing your Refashioning With Denim ideas...

    If you haven't already done so, you might like to also link up your Refashioning With Denim projects on Jill's ongoing link party for Clothes Upcycling Projects, over at Creating My Way to Success.

    Master list of ongoing link parties at Threading YOUR Way with Threading My Way 

    Master list of ongoing link parties at Threading YOUR Way with Threading My Way 
    1. Bags and Totes
    2. Dresses for Girls
    3. Dresses for Women
    4. Hair Accessories
    5. Pillows and Cushions
    6. Boys' Clothes
    7. Skirts for Girls
    8. Aprons and Art Smocks
    9. Purses, Clutches, Pouches
    10. Dolls' Clothes
    11. Women's Skirts
    12. Baby Clothes and Accessories
    13. Children's Tops and Shirts
    14. Women's Tops and Shirts
    15. Softies, Dolls, Toys
    16. Sewing Tips and Techniques
    17. Sewing with stretch fabric
    18. Quilting and Patchwork
    19. Embroidery, Stitching and Appliqué
    20. Jackets, Coats, Raincoats, Ponchos
    21. Hats, Bonnets, Beanies and Scarves
    22. Pants, Shorts, Trousers for Children
    23. Drawstring Bags and Fabric Baskets
    24. Pretend Dress Up Clothes
    25. Clothes for Men
    26. Kitchen Accessories
    27. Swimwear
    28. Sleepwear
    29. Gift Wrapping
    30. Electronic Gadget Covers and Cases
    31. Blog Tips
    32. Refashioning with Denim
    33. Pants for Women
    34. Sewing Accessories
    35. Home Decor
    36. Sewing Tutorials Pages
    37. Sewing Spaces
    38. Sewing for Charity
    39. Home Decor
    40. Sewing Tutorials Pages
    41. Sewing Spaces
    42. Sewing for Charity
    43. Fabric Baskets
    44. Reusing Shirts & Ties
    ... Pam


    1. Great idea! My sister-in-law also swears that old jeans make the BEST landscaping material to keep the weeds out.

    2. I just added my textile cuff, this is a nice category, I'm sure we will find very nice projects.

    3. Oh dear....first time I have posted on a linky party. Apologies for my denim jacket not being cropped very well. All the other thumbnails look great. Some awesome denim ideas here.

    4. Thank you for all these ongoing parties! I just added a few things, now I'm going to go look at everyone else's projects!

    5. Great idea, Pam! Thank you for invitation:)))

    6. Hello Pam, this is an amazing party, thanks for hosting and for the invite!
      Hope you have a wonderful week!
      Hugs from Portugal,
      Ana Love Craft

    7. Hi Pam, great linky parties thanks for hosting! I seem to have added my link twice as it showed an error - sorry!!
      Vicky @ ShabbyShe x

      1. No worries at all. I've deleted the duplicate. Thanks for adding your denim project!

    8. Hi Pam,
      I love your great Jeans-Link-Party!Thank you...

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