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This sure beats the "old fashioned way" of ruffling! Super tutorial for Ruffling and Gathering on your sewing machine with no threads to pull and no special foot needed.

Ruffles: Set the tension as high as it will go, and select your longest stitch length. It should atomatically ruffle for you. Best part: no string pulling:)

Crazy Little Projectsfrom Crazy Little Projects

Learn to Sew #5: How to Sew Ruffles

Step by Step Instructions of How to Sew Ruffles http://crazylittleprojects.com/2013/02/learn-to-sew-5-how-to-sew-ruffles.html

Sewing Machine Cover with Decorative Stitching Accents: It's National Sewing Month! | Sew4Home

Tatertots and Jellofrom Tatertots and Jello

$4 Tee + $1 Dollar Store Towel = Fabulous Anthro-inspired Shirt!!

really cute! would probably use pre-edged ruffling fabric, maybe even wide plain lace.

This site is Ahhhmazing! Everything you ever wanted to know about sewing. Sewing guides for tons of things and a bunch of great tutorials!

Craftaholics Anonymous®from Craftaholics Anonymous®

How to Use a Ruffler Foot TUTORIAL

How to Use a Ruffler Foot. Everything you ever needed to know! #sewing

Ever want to pull your hair out because your serger threads "don't look right"? Complete this simple sewing exercise, and you'll never wonder which dial you need to touch! (I really need this help - Maybe now I'll use my Serger again!)

The Craftsy Blogfrom The Craftsy Blog

5 Unusual Sewing Machine Techniques

5 Things You Never Knew Your Sewing Machine Could Do.. Your sewing machine just sews, right? Wrong! It does so much more! There are some interesting and unusual embroidery techniques you must try out on your machine. Remember to test out on old fabrics! Trial and error is the best way to get to know your machine and how it works.