To make into a ruff; to draw or contract into puckers, plaits, or folds; to wrinkle.
To furnish with ruffles; as, to ruffle a shirt.
That which is ruffled; specifically, a strip of lace, cambric, or other fine cloth, plaited or gathered on one edge or in the middle, and used as a trimming; a frill.
Decorative fabric band, gathered or pleated at the edge or in the center before it is sewn to the garment.
A gathered edging which is held by inconspicuous netting or decorative header. END USE: Can be used as an edging or insertion, or at hem of garments and home dec projects. View Image
a strip of pleated material used as a decoration or a trim
stir up (water) so as to form ripples
pleat or gather into a ruffle; "ruffle the curtain fabric"
a strip of fabric which is pleated and sewn to create decorative edging on shirts. tutorials: ohmystars.
A gathered fabric. Bed skirts are often ruffled. Pillows can also have a ruffled finish instead of a plain flange. The fullness of a ruffle is regulated by how much fabric is used.
Strip of cloth, lace or ribbon at the edge of a garment that creates a rippled effect.
A ruffle is gathered fabric often used in bed skirts and in place of plain flange on pillows. The fullness of a ruffle is regulated by how much fabric is used.
In sewing and dressmaking, a ruffle or frill is a strip of fabric, lace or ribbon tightly gathered or pleated on one edge and applied to a garment, bedding, curtain or other textile as a form of trimming. A ruffle without gathers or pleats may also be made by cutting a curved strip of fabric and applying the inner or shorter edge to the garment.