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  1. home-made jeans

    Start by deconstructing an old pair. It's a good learning.
  2. World of denim shops

    Sad to hear about Interstate. Regarding, Son of Stag, Rudy has always been very pleasant and generous with his time & advice.
  3. The SEXFHXRR10 Thread

  4. ROY X CONE contest, 1.1.11 - 2.1.12

    It seems to me that this contest was about three things: 1. The journey. 2. Sharing an experience. 3. A beautiful pair of jeans. Congratulations Daniel. You nailed all three.
  5. ROY X CONE contest, 1.1.11 - 2.1.12

    It's the journey that makes these jeans interesting. So best stories + best looking pair = win. At least in my book.
  6. Ande Whall Denim

    Good to see you back in business Ande Whall.
  7. ROY X CONE contest, 1.1.11 - 2.1.12

    Welcome back Paul & a happy Thanksgiving to all of you. Loomstate & marketpeople.org look great
  8. The Flat Head

    Your FH's aren't too shabby either. Pink T & Palladiums. Nice. Look forward to new pics.
  9. The Flat Head

    They are looking beautiful. Thanks for the updates. Very happy.
  10. ??............... Good luck with the film.
  11. Iron Heart Jeans

    6 years. That flew by.
  12. ROY X CONE contest, 1.1.11 - 2.1.12

    This + kayak = exceptionally cool. 'The creative mind plays with the object it loves'. .
  13. ROY X CONE contest, 1.1.11 - 2.1.12

    Yes, it's called fagotting, and as you both have noted, sometimes featured on curtains, table linen, pillow cases etc as well as apparel. Machines are still manufactured for this process.
  14. Jeans of the Old West: A History

    Welcome killer b - and great first post. Sansome - Here's a link to the British Library's collection of newspapers. http://newspapers.bl.uk/blcs/
  15. Jeans of the Old West: A History

    Tin mines were dotted around Devon and Cornwall in England. There are plans to re-open the South Crofty mine in Cornwall. For sure there would have been Devon and Cornish newspapers in the 1800's. The Exeter Flying Post and Cornish Advertiser are listed here: http://www.jisc.ac.uk/media/documents/programmes/digitisation/jisc_19cnewspaper_map_04.pdf .