Pocket Week Preview II - Jeans Pocket Pillows

Pocket Week is coming! Here is another "teaser project" to wet your
appetite for all things pocket related coming August 1-7th. As the date
draws near, I'm getting more and more excited! I've been working on
tutorials, and chatting with all of our great sponsors and awesome
guest bloggers... this event is not to be missed!

Today's
project is a pillow with a pocket, made with the existing back pocket
of an old pair of jeans. The size of your pillow will depend on the
size of the jeans you start with. These are an old size 8 jeans. They
had some funny stains, and some holes... and I'll probably never be
fitting into these babies ever again anyway... so why not make
something useful out of them, right??

Today I'll only be using the pockets, but don't think that the rest of
the pants are going to waste, I'm going to be cutting quilt squares out
of the legs. I have an old denim quilt that I made back in college. The
dog got to it... and it could use some repair patches. The great thing
about denim quilts is that no matter how rough you treat them, they
always look better for the wear. Jeans are awesome that way, aren't
they?

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