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Thread: Ruffle Hoodie

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    I have been seeing these gorgeous ruffle hoodies on etsy.com and just couldnt bring myself to pay anywhere from 60-80 dollars for one so just happened to be at WalMart and I see their hoodies on sale for 5.00 so I grabbed one and eventually worked up enough courage to give it a shot and was tickled with the results! So of course I had to go back to walmart and stock up on hoodies of every color :0
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    Very cute!! :D:D:D

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    OMG that is the cutest thing. I love it. Iam going to Walmart for hoodies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grammiepamie
    OMG that is the cutest thing. I love it. Iam going to Walmart for hoodies.
    Lol u go girl!

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    definitely gives it a one of a kind look.

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    Good job. How did you do that? Did you have to remove the zipper? My dgd would enjoy them this Fall.

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    No u sew close to zippers on each side

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    Thanks :)

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    How fun...and creative! :)

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    Very cute and creative.

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    So what did you make the ruffle out of? Ribbon, jersey? Cotton would unravel, unless its on the bias.

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    Jersey knit strips then I ruffled then pinned and attached . I had to attach ruffle on pockets by hand because the way pockets were it wouldn't allow with sewing machine or I'd close the pockets-- I'm a novice at clothes & altering but this was simple and fun

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    Very cute...you did a wonderful job!!!

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    Cute.

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    Really cute!

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    Youre right about the pockets. I was thinking that satin ribbon would be pretty too. Might be harder to sew by hand though.

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    Cute

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