Second jeans project

Added Jun 16, 2013

by rcp

Los Angeles, Cal...

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Description

I made this jeans in denim 100% cotton textile made in the U.S. Since I don’t have button whole sawing machine; I made the button whole by hand; It came up pretty good. In addition, I put my logo on the back packets; I did it with single needle machine.
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I would like to share some tips with all of you. Some fabrics fade the color after been washed. First, put fabric in a plastic storage. Second, fill the storage with cold water. Third, add salt in the water and mix it all three things together. Leave there for a night. Fourth, hang it somewhere on the sun and let it dry for another day. After that , remove the salt with cold water; let it dry again, now cut it saw it. The color wont fade that fast, cheap fabric will still fade it.

Material Notes

Zipper, thread polyester gold color.

Difficulty

Advanced

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Men
Garment Type
Pants

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    Jun 19, 2013, 02.20 PMby celestechen6

    Inspires me to make some jeans. Thanks for sharing the tips too. Great work.

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    Jun 17, 2013, 08.47 PMby max

    Excellent!

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      Jun 18, 2013, 04.06 AMby rcp

      Thanks

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    Jun 16, 2013, 09.20 PMby Verdy

    Cool and stylish!

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      Jun 18, 2013, 04.06 AMby rcp

      Thank you.

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    Jun 16, 2013, 12.43 PMby martinK

    good work guy, welcome to men fashion here on this site! :-)

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      Jun 16, 2013, 02.44 PMby rcp

      Thank you, I will try to work on more projects.

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      Jun 16, 2013, 08.27 PMby martinK

      I am curious to see more of your work!

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