A slight gathered pleating around the border that creates a ruffled or texture effect.
(roo' shing): a fluting or pleating of lace, ribbon, net, etc. for trimming garments, especially at the neck or wrist
ruffled or pleated fabric used for trimming the neckline or sleeves of a garment.
Extremely tight gathers used as a decorative top finish to a panel.
ruffled ribbon used as hat trim.
scrunching up fabric (especially side seams) with the use of ribbon or elastic. tutorials: ohmystars.
A narrow gathered/pleated strip of decorative fabric.
Ruching is a detail created by taking fabric and sewing in lines of elastic to the back in neat rows so the fabric puckers creating a stretchy gathered look.
fabric that has been gathered and stitched at a centre point to create a rippled appearance.
Shirring or gathering for a textured effect. Pronounced "roo-shing."
Creating gathers in cloth by pulling it between two or more lines of stitching. Also known as shirring.
A detail created by taking fabric and sewing in lines of elastic to the back in neat rows, so that the fabric puckers to create a stretchy, gathered look.
A trimming made from gathering up a strip of fabric and stitching it through the center to make ruffles on both sides. Ruching is typically used on girlsâ€(tm) and women's garments for feminine appeal, but it may also appear on men's evening shirts for a dressy effect Ruffle A trimming made from gathering a strip of fabric by stitching it along one edge or cutting that fabric in a curve so that it produces a rippling effect. Ruffles often embellish the neckline, sleeves and hems of girls' and women's apparel, but it may also appear on men's dressy evening shirts.