Added May 21, 2009
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Circle ruffles are my favorite, for some reason. I think they’re fun and fancy. And you don’t have to do any gathering; it’s all in the geometry. Draw two concentric circles. The inside circle will be the top edge/length of your ruffle. You can use fancy geometry to figure out this length, or you can sew many circles together/cut a full circle apart to get the desired length. Cut out your circles, as shown. Baby hem the outer edge.
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