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« Reply #10 on: August 28, 2006 02:59:05 PM »

Hahaha, thanks Jessiesmess, coming from you that means a lot!

I used the differential feed setting at its highest position, which for my Brother serger, is a 2. Look in your manual and it should tell you what setting to use to make the fabric scrunch up, or to make ruffles, which they might refer to it as. Smiley

Yes, I just kept folding the fabric and serging off about an inch at a time. Since my fabric was so stretchy and I cut it too big, I needed a LOT of seams to make it small enough! Then I just serged the top and bottom.

Good luck on your try!! Smiley

P.S. You have no tummy so shush!


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