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Three elements from the past combine to create this artsy skirt: one pair of well-worn jeans, one vintage apron and one vintage button. This skirt, with waistband removed, sits below the waist, fastened with a confident tab and button closure. Find a saucy vintage apron for the front inset or make a similar inset piece from new fabric. The lower edge is left unfinished to convey your fun and free spirited attitude. Current version originally published as part of Indygo Junction's Denim Redesign book by Amy Barickman.
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•One pair of worn jeans that fit (the sample uses Levis 501 button front jeans)
•One vintage apron OR 2/3 yard fabric for front inset
•One vintage or new button approximately 1-1/8”. Use as large a button as possible that will fit through the buttonhole of your jean’s waistband
•Denim needle for machine, seam ripper, thread for use with denim