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« on: August 27, 2010 07:07:00 AM »

Hi, I'm Maggie and this is my first needlepoint post.I've had these jeans for about 4 months before I decided I was going to awsomefie them. It took a few weeks to finish them; I was in the middle of studying for an exam when I started. I love them! They are my Country/Cowgirl jeans. They're my third pair that I've redone...sadly I don't have pictures of the other two since I had to get rid of them about two years back. I do kick myself for not taking pictures of them when I could have.
The items I have on these are:
on the front I've put a gray roadrunner, he's above the blue 13, a yellow rose for the yellow rose of Texas, cactus tree, a dark brown mustang, a chestnut guitar, a white truck, a black cowgirl on a bronco, a gray coyote, a light green lizard, a light brown buck, a white rabbit, and a light brown Texas with a black cowboy hat, a green cactus tree, and a white 13 inside of it.
on the back I've put on a red tractor, a light brown saddle, a chestnut turkey, a dark green cactus tree, a black gun, a chestnut rattlesnake, a dark green cactus tree, a white chicken, a light brown cowboy boot, a pink pig, and a black longhorn.
Then I have various shades of orange stars down the seams on the sides to sew down the seams.
Anyways, I just wanted to share them with my fellow artist. I do hope ya'll enjoy them. Please let me know what ya'll think about them. Tell me your ideas for another pair, what theme would you do? What would you put on them? Speak your mind! I want to know all that ya'll think about them!
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« Reply #1 on: August 27, 2010 08:53:19 AM »

Very cool! I love the idea of embroidery on jeans
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« Reply #2 on: August 28, 2010 06:51:10 AM »

How cool! I love the seams. I love the idea of different themes. You could do summer theme on shorts or flowers down the side. So many options!
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« Reply #3 on: August 30, 2010 11:16:33 AM »

Thank you! I'm very glad ya'll like em!
I thought it of been cool to set up a clothing swaplike thing so that I could do jeans, shorts, cloth shoes for other people. How would I go about setting that up? Or is that something ya'll do? I'm very new to all this online posting...
~Cowgirl
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