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  • Molly WS

    ruching tutorial

  • Cheri J. H.

    Bias strips to ruched ruffle... embellish the front and neck of a tee shirt?

  • Melissa Zimmerlee

    Machine Ruched Fabric strips Could also just overcast raw edges and let them show for different look. Also try grosgrain ribbon.

  • Danielle Daws

    Embellishment Tutorial: How To Make Ruching Strips & A Ruched Flower

  • Candace Vega

    embellishment tutorial shows you the basic way to create strips of ruching by machine !!!

  • Joyce Mercer

    Ruching and Fabric Flower

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Couching is simply sewing a heavy thread in place with a finer thread. Its a retro technique, too, that was originally done by hand, but it works beautifully by machine as well. I use a zigzag stitch to secure the heavy thread in place. And, if you have a cording foot— the foot guides the thread as you sew.

Tutorial for Ruched Ribbon Flower--so pretty as a pin/brooch, bow replacement for gifts, etc.

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You can form a wide range of flowers by hand stitching patterns onto a strip of fabric. The shape of the pattern affects the shape of the petal. The number of petals depends on the number of pattern repeats and the length of your strip.