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Video – Gathering & Pleating Ribbon

In this video you will learn how to create customized ribbon pleats and gathers in a short amount of time. Yo don't need to know how to sew even for one of them. Here is a short video explaining how you can created these fun pleats and gathers for your next project. Enjoy!

 

 

 

  1. Sarah M

    Great tutorial, Latrice! Great too see the different ways of gathering and pleating ribbon,

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  2. jen shears

    great tutorial!

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  3. Cynthia B.

    Thanks for the tutorial! I tried the pleated ribbon once, but I didn’t keep the stitch straight…that would help, I guess! 😉 Love the gathered ribbon look too. TFS!

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  4. Monika/buzsy

    Thanks for the tutorial. I love ruffled ribbon and it’s nice to see different ways of making it. :o)

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  5. Larissa Heskett

    THANKS so much for sharing all of the fun ways to make pleats in our FAVORITE May Arts Ribbons!! Have a FABULOUS DAY!! =)

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  6. Kristie Maynard

    Very nicely done Latrice! When I’m scrapbooking, I don’t have my sewing machine with me, so this stapled idea is perfect. Very well done tutorial!

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  7. sue w.

    I like that Latice showed you can use a stapler to make the pleats since I don’t own a sewing machine.
    stamping sue
    http://stampingsueinconnecticut.blogspot.com/

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  8. Debbie

    Always love to see a video by Latrice!

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  9. Latrice Murphy

    Katherine,
    I did use the basting stitch in the ruffle as I go. Thanks for the pronunciation of grosgrain also. Thanks for checking out my video.

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  10. ivy

    latrice is an amazing crafter! she does it all!

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  11. Carol B

    Love this idea, thanks for the tutorial!

    Carol B
    ciaoitalia2007(at)gmail(dot)com

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  12. Katherine

    Nicely done, Latrice! I’m not fond of the stapled ribbon but the one using the basting stitch is familiar to anyone who sews. Did you also use the basting size stitch in the ruffle as you go? BTW, the proper pronunciation of grosgrain is growgrain. The ” gros ” is French for large and refers to the large ” stripes” in the texture.

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  13. Jan Hennings

    Love the tutorial, Latrice 🙂

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  14. Julie

    Latrice rocks! Her designs are amazing!

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  15. Kathy Racoosin

    I love how Latrice always goes the extra mile to give so much information in her videos on her blog and at May Arts. I love May Arts ribbon thanks to Latrice. Awesome ribbons 🙂

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  16. Vera W. Yates

    What a neat tutorial, Latrice! Love it. TFS. 🙂

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