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Posted on: 5/18/12 2:47 PM
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I did a small picture tutorial at the end of my review of the Sorbetto blouse showing how to trace a pattern on tissue, slash it and make your own flounce. I used it on the Sorbetto blouse and it really adds. This same technique could add a ruffle to any top or jacket. It is at the bottom of the review linked above.

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maxandakasha said... (6/7/12 4:35 PM) Reply
Thank you so much for posting this. I'm trying to add a ruffle on a dress and wasn't happy with my first try. This should work perfect. :-)
Kathy7661 said... (5/18/12 3:04 PM) Reply
Your top is so pretty and the tutorial is very helpful! I love the change you made to this pattern-thanks for sharing.
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