Ooooh, yeah. Ruffles as far as the eye can see, without all the work!
I had the pleasure of trying out the new Mini Ruffle fabric and I have to say ... it is delightful. It is making my wish of covering every inch of my baby in ruffles come true.
First, I made a very simple baby hat.
Of course I couldn't resist making some leggings:
(pattern by Lil' Blue Boo)
Ruffle Fabric is surprisingly easy to work with. It is nice and stretchy, sews easily with a ballpoint needle, and doesn't fray on the cut ends. Hooray for not having to finish your edges! That's my kind of fabric.
Need more ruffles in your Christmas decor?
I also made this fun Christmas stocking with the ruffle fabric and some felted wool from an old sweater. The cuff folds over, so you can clip any decoration onto it. Wouldn't this be perfect for the Candy Cane style fabric and a red sweater for the lining/cuff?
Stockings are super easy sewing ... like 20 minutes, start to finish. Is this something you'd be interested in seeing a tutorial for, or is that too basic?
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