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Sew the top edge in place, finishing as you wish. No gathering required: the circle automatically creates the waves. Here, we show tiered ruffles.

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  • Richie_and_ian_051_large

    Jan 31, 2010, 01.01 PMby assets

    Thank you I been looking for a pattern to she me the techniques but cant seem to find them thank you I love the circle one I don’t like gathering much. Ra Ra Skirt here I come….LOL

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    Jan 19, 2010, 02.58 AMby ladyofthepink

    Wonderful tutorial! I’d like to add, though, that to get even more fullness to a circle-ruffle, use more that one circle over the same stretch of fabric! It adds a gathering requirement back in, but you get both techniques in one ruffle making it EXTRA floofy :)

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    Nov 14, 2009, 07.04 AMby Emilie Hoss

    thanks so much! i just recently thought of a few new ideas that included doing ruffles and had no idea how to do them properly! this helped a lot! =)

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    Aug 25, 2009, 01.54 PMby buzzybee

    Thank you for this tutorial! It’s really useful.

    I am not sure I understand step 8 though. What are you supposed to do after doing the zig zag hand stitching?

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      Nov 25, 2010, 12.49 AMby peaches2218

      I want to know the same thing! I was disappointed about the lack of after on that one!

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