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Posted on:9/15/02 7:11 PM
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Rennie Ashby said...
I got mine at JoAnn's but I believe you can find them at most any hardware store.
10/20/03 3:14 PM
Lisette said...
Hi Rennie! I love your jeans! Where did you get the studs? I would like to use them in my jeans but don't know any sources. Thanks!
10/12/03 3:42 PM
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Phyliss, I've got it down to a science. I mark a dot where I want the hardware with a chalk pencil and use an awl to make a hole there. Then, I stick the pointed nail like thing in the hole and the hardware on top and turn the project over so the nail like thing is now on top. Lastly, I put the project on a piece of scrap wood and take my small rubber mallet and give it a good bashing .
9/29/02 7:03 PM Click here if you wish to edit your comment
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Rennie - how do you get the hardware to line up so perfectly? I have the hardest time with hardware such as snaps, grommets and studs. You do it so well - what’s your secret?
9/28/02 10:43 PM Click here if you wish to edit your comment
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Rennie, both pairs of jeans look great, although I'm especially intrigued by the fuschia topstitching. A very nice twist on the usual look--and since you seem to be able to whip out jeans at an admirable rate, you don't have to have them be as all-purpose as I usually aim for! Great work, and a really good, helpful review. Hooray for Kwik Sew!
9/28/02 2:23 PM Click here if you wish to edit your comment
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Wow, looks like the fushia TS was a hit. I new I liked it. Maria, the truth is I have a little army of machines in my sewing room. For the Jeans I've been using my semi-industrial (Bernina 950) and my Pfaff 7570 for TS. Actually I've been doing some TS with my coverstitch on my Evolve. You cando this on home machines. Just go slow and use a 16 denim needle. A wad of fabric or a hump jumper is helpful behind the presser foot when going over a thick seam. I like the tex 30 thread for TS. A little heavier than regular sewing thread. I get mine from Zipperstop on Ebay. Jeans are surprisingly easy to sew!
9/28/02 10:16 AM Click here if you wish to edit your comment
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Rennie, i looked at all 14 pics. and your good ! now thats how good i want to be at sewing some day! what kind of machine do you use ? especially for the jeans ? i would probably break my poor 'ole machine if i ever tried to sew jeans. all your items look very professional to me, very nice job.
9/28/02 2:01 AM Click here if you wish to edit your comment
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Rennie, those jeans fit you so well!!!
9/27/02 7:51 PM Click here if you wish to edit your comment
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Wow, Rennie! They look great on you and I also love the fuschia stitching!
9/27/02 6:29 PM Click here if you wish to edit your comment
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Beautiful jeans. The top stitching is very professional. Two thumbs up.
9/27/02 3:40 PM Click here if you wish to edit your comment
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Rennie, I think the fuchsia looks cool.
9/27/02 1:51 PM Click here if you wish to edit your comment
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The fuschia topstiching is great!
9/27/02 12:28 PM Click here if you wish to edit your comment
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Rennie, Jeans look SO professional, and I love your sense of humor! :D
9/27/02 10:16 AM Click here if you wish to edit your comment
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Rennie - Your jeans looks great and also very professional.
9/27/02 10:10 AM Click here if you wish to edit your comment
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Oooh, I love the fuchsia topstitching! You did a great job.
9/27/02 9:10 AM Click here if you wish to edit your comment
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Rennie, great jeans, you are a wonderful seamstress.
9/16/02 11:15 AM Click here if you wish to edit your comment
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Rennie, those are the best looking custom made jeans I've ever seen! You did a great job - right down to the studs. Love the pic with the cowboy hat!
9/15/02 10:15 PM Click here if you wish to edit your comment
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Rennie - beautiful job! You are a wonderful seamstress!! I really enjoy seeing all your creations.
9/15/02 8:54 PM Click here if you wish to edit your comment
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Jeepers, Rennie, are you sure you haven't been moonlighting at Levi Strauss? Your jeans look so professional! I definitely think you should go for the leather!
9/15/02 8:25 PM Click here if you wish to edit your comment
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Rennie - you are SO welcome. These look better than store-bought! I would go down a size if I were you - you can always add a little "in-case" at the side-seams for fine-tuning but that will give you a snugger fit through the derriere and legs. You have a great figure, show it off!
9/15/02 7:18 PM Click here if you wish to edit your comment
 
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