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Knip 09-2007-12 jeans

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I just finished the jeans for DD and she is very happy with them. And in the end, I'm happy with the result. In one of the comments Laura asked me why I didn't like making jeans. And that mainly has to do with the fabric and the thickness of layers. I don't often break needles, but this pair has cost me one extra jeans needle and one topstitch needle. But I must say, this is the first jeans I've sewn since I have my Bernina sewing machine, and it was not as bad as I feared.
For all topstitching I used Güterman upholstery thread (grey bobbin) and topstitch needle. Only for the buttonholes and the tiny zigzag on the belt loops I used normal sewing tread of the same color number. The thick thread always gives me trouble there. The buttonholes I sewed twice.
I'll write a complete review for PR tonight or tomorrow. More pictures you can find in the album when you click one of the pictures in this post.
Vanmiddag heb ik de jeans voor m'n dochter afgemaakt en ze is er erg blij mee. En ik ben zelf ook wel tevreden over het resultaat. In een van de reacties vroeg a href="http://laurasewingroom.blogspot.com/">Laura wat ik niet leuk vond aan het maken van jeans. Dat heeft voornamelijk te maken met de stof en de dikte van alle lagen. Ik breek niet vaak naalden, maar dit project heeft me weer een extra jeans- en topstitchnaald gekost. Dit was de eerste jeans die ik gemaakt heb sinds ik een Bernina machine heb, en het ging niet zo slecht als ik dacht dat het zou zijn.
Voor alle doorgestikte naden heb ik Güterman garen gebruikt (grijze spoel, iets dunner dan het officiele doorstikgaren). Alleen voor de knoopsgaten en de de kleine zigzagsteken op de riemlusjes heb ik gewoon naaigaren gebruikt in exact dezelfde kleur. Daar heb ik altijd problemen mee bij het gebruik van dik garen. De knoopsgaten heb ik twee keer genaaid.
Meer foto's kun je in het album vinden als je op één van de foto's klikt.

Comments

  1. That is a great looking pair of jeans - nice work as usual! Your topstitching is flawless!

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  2. These look great!! I'm sure DD is very pleased. I'm looking forward to your review. Where did you find the rivets?

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  3. Wow! Those jeans look great, very trendy with the high waist... DD must have been delighted.

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  4. Your topstitching is gorgeous! The jeans look good on your daughter.

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  5. Spectacular jeans. Interesting pattern. Love all your topstitching.

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  6. Fantastic jeans, Sigrid, the topstitching looks incredible.

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  7. Impeccable sewing Sigrid! You did a wonderful job. Your daughter must be quite pleased. Now back to sewing for you~!

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  8. Fantastic looking jeans! You DD must be thrilled. I'm glad to here your Bernina handled the thick layers of denim.

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  9. Fabulous!! Great sewing, topstitching and great jeans. I always enjoy seeing your creations.
    Donna W
    Edmonton, Alberta

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  10. Outstanding job! I always have to sew very slowly when I'm topstitching with buttonhole thread; my new machine tends to jam when fed with thick threads too.

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  11. Fabulous, Sigrid, absolutely fabulous! I really love your topstitching by the way

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  12. Gorgeous jeans - your attention to detail shows!

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  13. What a fantastic and trendy pair of jeans! Your daughter must be over the moon. No wonder she wrote you such a sweet comment on PR (I went to read it. :) )

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