From boring jeans to cute botique for free!
- All that I did was cut 4 - 1 1/2 inch strips the width of fabric (about 42 inches).
- I used my serger to serge all four edges and then did a long stitch down the middle of the fabric to gather it together.
- After gathering the ruffles to the right length, I used LOTS of pins to hold the fabric in place and stitched down the middle of the strips over the gathering stitch.
I'm excited to see my girls wear their new jeans when I get them done (and one for another K girl cousin too). Only 3 more pairs to go. We should be able to wear them a lot since our weather up here has been pretty cool lately.When I posted the cute picture of my three girls in their new ruffle pants, my wonderful cousin Anne said she loved them and asked me to make some for her little girl Samantha. I'm sending the package off on Monday and I think they turned out pretty cute. Hopefully they will fit perfectly!