– That’s a wrap 2

Retrospective (11/6)

Patch #286 Don’s boat


with thanks to Hazel for the inspiration.
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I’ve always loved extra long jeans. You know, the kind that drag on the ground. It used to drive my mother nuts, especially when I was an adult. But I have persisted to this day. Fortunately, my chair wrapping episode last week

led to an “Aha!” moment as I contemplated yet another pair with ragged hems.
Here’s a before and after shot …


along with a close-up of the front …

and a b-side shot of the 6-stranded floss that I used to blanket stitch while rolling under the frayed ends …

You (and I) will have to wait for some time to pass before I can report on such mundane matters as how the mending stands up to laundering and future wear.

Meanwhile, here’s Don’s latest contribution to our eclectic decor …


And since I don’t have a “before” shot, here’s a similar piece that I found on the internet that gives a sense of how it started out …


It’s amazing what a little bit of milk paint and embellishment can do …


I especially like the cloth-wrapped sail …


and can’t wait until we’re once again strolling on the Manteo waterfront.
P.S. Here’s what is keeping the assemblage company on the wall …

8 thoughts on “– That’s a wrap 2

  1. The jeans look great, Liz. I can't see why it wouldn't last , unless of course, they're still dragging on the ground. LOLI love the sculpture – great details. The two of you are so clever.


  2. Well yes, they still have a bit of contact with the ground (at least when barefoot, which is much of the time).Thanks for the thumbs up on Don's assemblage. It just occurred to me that I should show it in context. Am off to remedy that now.


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