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These are very stylish, I like the way it looks on little girls, I think I will make one for my granddaughters. Thanks for the pattern info. I have made similar stuff with recycled material and T-shirts. I have been sewing stuff like this for many years. Thanks!
I got all fired up when I saw the ruffled skirts as I have twin granddaughters and a four year old granddaughter. Three out of the four girls love tutus. At first I was abit daunted by the pattern but finally got it cut out, taped together, and figured it out! I also highlighted important points in the directions. Ofcourse it helps to have a surger and a ruffler foot etc. My ladies group is having a rummage sale this coming week so I can't wait to wade through all of those unloved tee shirts that will be loved again. Lucy Jane
LucyJane: I have a ruffler but I also just use my machine to make ruffles. All you do is move your stitch length to the longest stitch your machine has and turn your thread tension to highest number it will go.....now start sewing and your fabric will be ruffled. T-shirt fabrics ruffle the best of all fabrics! Hope you find this useful....have fun sewing! Debi West
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