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  1. Re-use 
Pre-loved denim. Cleaned and repaired. Reusing saves water and reduces textile waste.
Drop 17 - Quilt-Patchwork
    Re-use 
Pre-loved denim. Cleaned and repaired. Reusing saves water and reduces textile waste.
Drop 17 - Quilt-Patchwork
  2. Repairing clothes is as old as wearing them. And if repairing a garment was no longer a viable option, people saved what was still good to use of the textile for later, to repair other things. Patchwork is nothing new in our. Re-use program, but we’ve never tried quilt technique before. That is, until now.

  3. So, we ”stole” one of the most well-known methods to reuse fabric scraps— patchwork or quilting technique.
    So, we ”stole” one of the most well-known methods to reuse fabric scraps— patchwork or quilting technique.
  4. We love the DIY repair. Because not only does it give your jeans heaps of personality, but also a longer life. With Re-ues #17 we showcase functional repairs, but this time around, we dug deep into our archives of sample pieces of fabrics to repurpose products samples, making them more beautiful with intricate patterns.

    Re-use Drop 17 - Quilt-Patchwork

    Join Michael, who develops and curates every Re-use drop, and Emma Andersson-Sköld, designer on our Product Development team, listen to their thoughts, and get inspired by ancient handicraft, as they tell you more about Re-use drop #17.

  5. We ”stole” one of the most well-known methods for reusing fabric scraps. And we hope to inspire others to save their old fabric pieces and give worn-out garments new life. So they too, can reate “new old” garments, a mix of handicraft and style. Like pretty much everything we do with these Re-use jeans.