Tutorial: Shirred fabric

I wonder if this technique would work for sweatshirt sleeves instead of ribbing. — SaraD at Sewing Ideas http://esewingideas.com

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Stretchy shirred fabric can be quickly and easily made into summer sundresses, tops, and skirts.  You can buy fabric already shirred at the chain fabric stores, but the selection is limited and it can be really expensive. Debbie from Squiggly Twigs Designs shows how to shir fabric using elastic thread in your bobbin.  If you can sew a straight line, you can shir fabric.  Get the tutorial.

[photo from Squiggly Twigs Designs]

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