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Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Anthropologie Ruffle Shower Curtain Tutorial

A while back I fell head over heals for this shower curtain from Anthropologie:


So I made it.

Want to make one too?  Click through below for the tutorial...




Let me just start by saying that this tutorial is not for the faint of heart.  I have never once given up in the middle of a sewing project, but if I didn't have a ruffle foot, I probably would have thrown in the towel on this one.  The actual skills needed to make this aren't very advanced, it just takes a looong time and is very tedious. 

If you decide to tackle it, just know that you have been forewarned.

Alright, here we go!

Materials:

  •  You will need lightweight cotton fabric in the various shades that you want for the ruffles.  I had 6 different color shades.  I purchased all of my fabric at the LA Fabric district so I was able to get them in 60" bolts.  It was also nice because all of the colors were grouped together so it was easy to see what the transition would look like from white to a dark mustard color.  All of the fabric measurements below are based on a 60" fabric bolt.
- For your main shower curtain piece you will need  about 4 1/2 yards.  This will give you enough for the entire back of the curtain (what all the ruffles will be sewn to), as well as 2 rows of ruffles.

-   For the rest of the ruffles, it just depends on how many ruffles you want to make out of that particular color.  I found that about 1 1/2 yards of 60" fabric was enough to make 2 rows of ruffles.  You will need 10 ruffles total.

note:  I prewashed and dried all of my fabric before I made this.  That way I can throw it in the wash when it gets dirty and not have to worry about it shrinking.


  • Thread to match each color of your ruffles

  • Some light-weight interfacing.  You don't need very much of it, about 1/4 of a yard would be enough.

  • A ruffle foot, if you have one.  Like I mentioned earlier, this was my saving grace.  Manually creating each ruffle will take a lot more time, so just be aware of this.
Lets get started:

Step 1:

Cut your fabric for each piece of the curtain.
Main body of the curtain 
- 1 large piece that measures 70 1/2" L x 72 1/2" W  (I had to piece my fabric together to get my fabric this large)

- You will also need fabric for the top of your shower curtain that measures 72 1/2" L x 4 1/2" W

Ruffles 
- You will need 10 ruffles total.  9 rows need to measure 9 1/2" L x 144" W (this is double the width of the shower curtain to give you a nice full ruffle).  The top row of ruffles needs to measure 7 1/2" L x 144" W.  I definitely had to piece fabrics together here.  Some of my ruffles have 3 different pieces, but the seams are barley visible once everything is ruffled.

(note:  You can group your ruffle colors any way you would like.  You can space them out evenly and have 2 ruffles of each color.  I didn't want my colors so evenly spaced out, so I did 2 white, 1 cream, 1 light yellow, 2 med yellow, 3 dark yellow, and 1 mustard color.)

It really helped to label each piece once everything was cut.  I labeled the main shower curtain body pieces as well as each ruffle in order.

Step 2:
Surge / zigzag stitch around every edge of every piece of fabric.  I'm talking main curtain, each ruffle, everything. You can take or leave this step, and it is super tedious, but you won't have to worry about your fabric ever fraying.  Plus it looks nice and professional.  You will be glad you did when you are finished.  After putting that much work into a project, you want to make sure it will last you a long time.

My serger scraps really piled up by the time I was done. 

Now you will have a nice LARGE pile of perfectly prepped fabric.


Step 3:
Fold down and press the edges of your ruffles, and sides of your main shower curtain body 1/4" (don't worry about the top thin piece to the main body).  Sew 1/4" away from edge.

no, I'm serious. (told you guys this was tedious.  Make sure you have some good tunes to keep you from slitting your wrists.  I suggest Adele and Florence and the Machine)

note:  You don't have to fold under and sew the top of any of your ruffles.  These won't be seen.  Just the sides and the bottom. 

Step 4:
Time to get your ruffle on.  Ruffle your 1st row of ruffles and sew it to the very top of your large main shower curtain body (make sure it is the 7" ruffle and not the 9" ruffle). You can use your ruffle foot or stitch a long basting stitch and pull the end thread to create your ruffle manually.  Make sure it is the same width as your main curtain (72").

This is easier said then done.  By the end of your 6th ruffle you will be a master at man-handling 144 inches of fabric.

Step 5:
Mark with tailors chalk or a highlighter where each row of ruffles will be placed.  Your main curtain length is 70" long, you have 10 ruffles, so you will want 7" of each ruffle showing.  Having the 1st row of ruffles helps give you an idea of  where to start.  Mark where your 2nd row of ruffles will be sewn 2" underneath your 1st row (those 2" will be hidden).  Then, measure 7" down from that mark for the 3rd row, 7" more for the 4th row etc.
(I used a yellow highlighter, so it's a little hard to see)

Step 6:
Ruffle the remaining 9 strips of fabric till you are ready to gouge your eyeballs out.  Make sure each row is 72" wide after being ruffled.

Remember to keep each row of ruffles labeled so you know in what order to place them.

Step 7:
Pin your ruffles to your main curtain along the lines that you have previously marked, and sew in place.  I started by pinning about 2 rows at a time, sewing them, then pinning on 2 more rows.  The more pins you use, the less chance your ruffles will shift as you are moving your fabric around.


note:  The more ruffles that are attached, the heavier the fabric gets and the harder it is to control.  So go slowly.  I was constantly checking and double checking that I didn't have extra fabric bunched up under my needle as I sewed.


Step 8:
Cut a strip of interfacing that is 2" wide and 72" long (mine was in 2 separate pieces that measured 72 inches)

Step 9:
Iron the top piece of your shower curtain in half width-wise, open it up and place the interfacing  in the middle.  There should be about 1/4" fabric that is not covered by the interfacing.  Fold back in half and press long enough to make the interfacing bind to the fabric.

The interfacing is to make the fabric more stable since you will be sewing button holes along the top for your shower curtain rings.

Step 10:
Finish off the edges of the top of your shower curtain by folding in half wrong sides together, stitching 1/4" away from the edge, flipping right-side out and pressing.

Step 11:
Pin the top section of your shower curtain to the main body of the curtain.  Right-sides together, with the bottom/raw edges pointing up (see picture).

Stitch in place 1/4" away from the edge

It kinda looks like my sewing machine threw up a bunch of ruffles, doesn't it?

Step 12:
Fold the top of the shower curtain with the right side facing you, and press (make sure the selvage edges in the back point down).

Step 13:
Sew button holes.  Make sure your button hole is large enough to fit your curtain rings through.  I suggest practicing on some scraps before you start so that you know exactly where to mark your fabric.

You will sew 12 button holes total.  The 2 outside holes should be 2" away from each end, then the rest of the button holes should all be 6" apart.
Cut open each button hole with your seam ripper.

Now go get a massage, and make your husband take you on a hot date.  You deserve it.

You can finally bask in the glow of your finished product:



I am in love with the end result.  And I only spent $20 on the fabric!

Sewing this curtain was a lot like going through a pregnancy.  Unbearable during some points, but once the process is completed, you tend to forget how painful the process actually was.  I think I might shower in this bathroom from now on.

102 comments:

  1. Wow that is tedious! Not sure I'd have the patience for that but I am in LOVE with the end result. I guess I'll just have to keep coming back here to see yours lol :)

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  2. leanne that is gorgeous, and for $20 that's amazing! you have so much patients! if i did that i would just sit in my bathroom and stare at it!

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  3. wow, it looks sooo good, and not too hard. one day maybe.....

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  4. Wow, Leanne! It's fabulous! I love it. I can only imagine how tedious it must have been! So I have a question, with my ruffle foot it's hard to gauge ruffle-age vs. finished length. Since you are now a ruffling pro, how did you figure it?

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    1. Ruffle at least 10" that you like. Mark that 10" at "0" and then again at "10" with a measuring tape. Snap the fabric open, and measure between the two marks. Let's pretend that it measures 29". You now know that for 10" of ruffle, you need to cute 29" of fabric. There is a book called, I Adore My Ruffler over on the Labours of Love web site. laboursoflove.com

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  5. Hey Amanda - thank you! I struggled with getting my fabric to be the right length when it was finished too. So I ended up doing each ruffle on the middle ruffle setting. It ended up being a little longer than I needed, so I just had to do a little tucking as I was pinning it to the curtain to get it the right length. But I have found that if you shorten your stitch length, that can help tweak the length too.

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  6. Wow -- your tutorial managed to convince me that I never want to make this. I would, however, like to come and have a shower at your place and enjoy the prettiness for myself. Whoops, that's probably a bit weird, hehe. Well done on the end result -- it certainly is gorgeous!

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  7. OH MY LOVE!!!! soooo freaking cute. I need to buy a sewing machine ay-sap!

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  8. Absolutely GORGEOUS!! LOVE the fun, bright colors you used!!

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  9. Amazing job with the curtain Leanne! I am so glad you persevered to the end with all that detail work...it turned out wonderfully!

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  10. WOW!!!! I knew you were working on this and have been waiting to see it. It looks so good. Love the yellow. I would love to tackle this one...someday. Your guest bath looks so good. As I am attempting decorate one room at a time, I could really use you close by. I don't know if I'm cut out for this design thing.

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  11. Oh my goodness! That is AMAZING! I'll see if I can tackle this one once I get a serger. I am so impressed. Thanks for the tutorial!!

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  12. Wow! Im SO impressed. Im your cousin Annette's neighbor and she told me about your blog :) I love checking in on all your AMAZING projects. That shower curtain is gorgeous! Great job! And those little skirts are to die for too. So cute!

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  13. 1. This is AMAZING. Beyond amazing, really.
    2. Can you make me one? Cause I'm not into wanting to slit my wrists or gauge out my eyeballs. I have three boys. I get enough of that without making a shower curtain.
    3. Did I mention this was amazing?

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  14. totally worth it. it looks great!!

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  15. Wow - big job, but beautiful!! I so need a ruffle foot... but being the only girl in the house of 5, I'm out numbered and will hardly need it. :/

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  16. This is so BEAUTIFUL what kind of fabric did you use?

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  17. rasparise: Thank you! I just used a really light-weight cotton. It would be way too heavy if it was any thicker fabric.

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  18. Leanne - I am in LOVE with this and actually am SOOO happy you posted it because I just had a little girl and I saw a crib skirt that was this exact idea and had no idea how i'd do it - now I know! But I have a quick question for you, you said that the top of the ruffle is never seen (except maybe on the top ruffle) - I can get a nice ruffle with my surger - could I combine those 2 steps do you think?

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  19. Jenn- If your surger can ruffle, I say go for it! Why not kill 2 birds with one stone? I would just test a strip of fabric first to make sure that you like the fullness of the ruffle that it gives you. Come to think of it, I wonder if my surger can make ruffles...

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  20. I bet it can - i've had mine for 2 years and it took my Mom coming to town for baby blessing to figure it out for me - and there is a way to do different lengths of ruffle - I just did a google search and found some different ideas on what to have my dials all set at :) hope this works for you too!!

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  21. Wow! Love it! I was looking for a shower curtain to make for a couple of weeks now. I have found it:) Going to get the fabric tomorrow, so excited! Now if only I can find fabric as cheap as you did!

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  22. I don't know how to sew :( Will you ever consider selling it? :)

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  23. Thank you, thank you, thank you for this tutorial! I finished my ruffled curtain a few days ago and just posted it. Your tutorial was fabulous.

    And I did want to poke myself in the eye a few dozen times. No serger or ruffler foot over here. Completely worth it though.

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  24. Beautiful! Thank you for the tutorial!

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  26. I LOVE this tutorial! Thanks for sharing! Not sure if I am capable of making such a beautiful shower curtain when I attempt to do this I will come straight here! Great job! I LOVE how your bathroom looks, I have bathroom-envy now ;) You can find me here:
    http://onestopbabygifts.blogspot.com

    Cheers!
    Lilli

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  27. ♥Whoa!!! So pretty, I online purchased my ruffle shower curtain couple of months ago. I don't really know how to sew and i <3 yours so much♥
    x♥x♥
    Zoe

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  28. Great tutorial! I loved it so much, I featured it on my blog. http://raspberriesandruffles.blogspot.com/2011/06/love.html
    I can't believe you only spent $20! It looks amazing. Someday I hope I have time to tackle this project. I want one sooo bad.

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  29. WOW, I am in love with the shower curtain! Wanna make me one? I am horrible with a sewing machine and I do not think my poor hands could withstand hand stitching something like that! AMAZING JOB!

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  30. So beautiful! I love it! And, not only did I learn how to make one by reading your beautiful tutorial (I too love the Anthropologie one but don't currently have a bathroom with a full bath to put it in) but I also learned there is something called a ruffle foot for my sewing machine. Now that is something I really need! I love ruffles but am too much of a perfectionist to enjoy doing them by hand with a basting stitch. Thank you for posting! It is amazing!

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  31. BEAUTIFUL...<3 I GOTTA GET A SERGER!!!!

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  32. so. very. gorgeous! I love the step by step instructions! I can hardly wait to climb this mountain and have such beautiful curtains in my bathroom!

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  33. Incredibly beautiful work!! I am passing your tutorial along to a friend and adding it to my pinterst DIY board!! Great job!

    lccolumna.blogspot.com

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  34. This is absolutely amazing!! A bit scared to attempt this (especially with the 1/4 folds for the ruffles). On the other hand, love a challenge!

    Do you know of any easier way to do the "folds" to make the ruffle effect?

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  35. Wow! That looks fantastic! Though I think after seeing all the work involved I suddenly feel the price is worth it

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  36. This is beautiful! I just made my first ruffle bag, now I am in the process of making 10 more. That is a lot of ruffles! But totally worth it. Having made the bags, I may just be ready to tackle this project! Thanks so much for sharing! This will be pinned to my pintrest boards asap!

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  37. I've been wondering when someone was going to attempt this one. I saw it online and loved it!!
    I might have to give it a try. I'm not a newbie sewer but I haven't sewn in a loooong time.

    I was wondering if maybe getting a plain shower curtain would work and just sewing the ruffles on it.

    Great job!!

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  38. I was thinking the same thing, Monica..I even wondered if I could find a horizontal striped curtain, so I could cheat a little when placing the ruffles!

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  39. I started one today using a plain white fabric shower curtain I already had. I also am using twin sized flat sheets and dying them to get the shades of colors. I did the two white rows and now am waiting on my dye. Looks great so far

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  40. This is gorgeous! Found it on Pinterest and today I featured it on my blog post about the ombre trend! Please stop by when you have a chance and feel free to grab a "featured on" button!

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  41. I was completed inspired by this post. I created a silver to black shower curtain for my bathroom. Thanks for the inspiration.

    http://greenheartspink.blogspot.com/

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  42. Gorgeous! Found you on Pinterest, I'm looking for curtain ideas for my claw tub, this just might be the one...I will have to make 2 of these though to go all the way around the tub!!!

    ~Lauri
    http://knitsandreads.blogspot.com

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  43. Leanne - just so you know, I searched for "curtain tutorials" on Google and this link popped up as the fourth item! It's awesome to see your blog is doing so well. :)

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  44. Love your tutorial! Thank you! I have been wanting this curtain for my daughters' bathroom ever since I saw it at Anthropologie. Can do the sewing but wondering if I would rather spend the money than the time. Hummm. A few years ago time would've won out hands down!

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  45. Wow! This is a fantastic tutorial - I found you on Pinterest and have been looking for details on how to make this. Thank you so much for sharing.

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  46. Absolutely gorgeous!!! I think I'm going to give it a try! Just wondering...where is the LA fabric district? I live in So Cal but am very LA illiterate! :) Hope mine turns out half as beautiful as yours!

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  48. Thank you so much for this tutorial!! I've been wanting to make one since I've seen this on Anthropologie but had no idea how. Thanks!!! :)

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  49. I loved your commentary on making this beast. It does look absolutely fabulous. I thought it might make a cute window treatment as well.

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  50. Hi! Great tut! How long did this take you to make? I'm attempting to make a version of this myself, and I'm thinking about leaving the top edges unfinished to save myself time(since they'll be hidden by the row above. Mine is for a backdrop about 10' by 10'...

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  51. My Aunt is giving me a sewing machine.. I sure hope it has a ruffle foot! If I can master this, there may be ruffles EVERYWHERE. Thanks for the tutorial!

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  52. Is this possible without a serger? This will be my first sewing project....here goes!? :) Thanks this is an awesome tutorial.

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  53. I know this post was a while ago, but we're just looking at doing this now and I think you are AMAZING for doing this! And I love your sunny yellow colour!
    xAmy

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  54. I was just thinking about making a petticoat today but the two rows of ruffles needed was putting me off starting. How you managed to make this.... wow! I am impressed.

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  55. I did buy my daughter the shower curtain from Anthropologie (in the pink/purple shades) some time ago. After seeing how much work it is to make your own, the price doesn't seem as steep! :)

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  56. I just ordered a ruffle foot for this exact project! I should be receiving it tomorrow in the mail, but I have been looking at different tutorials on how to use the ruffle foot and I have a question- is there a certain setting that you put it on to make the precut fabric the exact length (with the ruffles) that you wanted? I am afraid that if I precut and hem all of the fabric and then ruffle it with the pressor foot, the rows may end up to short or too long- is there a setting that you used to make sure the doubled length of fabric gets cut in half exactly when it is ruffled? (Does ANY of that make sense lol?)

    Thanks!!

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  57. Thank you for this tutorial! I love the shower curtain, and I actually used it as my inspiration for a Pinspired contest for this month!! Thank you again for your great projects! http://www.bearrabbitbear.com/2012/06/vertical-ruffle-one-panel-curtains.html

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  58. Love your ruffle shower curtain tutorial. I am dying to make one for my bathroom. Thanks so much for sharing. I am definitely going to give it a whirl. :)

    Janet Bernasconi
    Janet's Creative Pillows
    www.janetscreativepillows.blogspot.com

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  59. You can do this without a ruffle foot and without a serger right? I'm not a big sewer but I want to make this sooo bad!!!!

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  60. One Question: Why not sew the first ruffle or 2 on, then finish the top, make the button holes, then sew on the rest of the ruffles. You wouldn't have to fight the entire curtain and weight of it that way. Was there a reason not to? Please let me know. Thanks!

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  61. Beautiful. I have a antique claw foot tub in my 1860 cabin, so I'd have to make 3 or at least 2 for the sides that show. Lot of fabric for that. lol

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  62. Hi there! I just wanted to say thank you for the awesome tutorial. I found this on Pinterest and I absolutely loved it. I featured it in a post on my page. I have a daily feature called the Frugal Pin of the Day, and I featured your tutorial in that post the other day. You can see the article here: http://anexerciseinfrugality.com/?p=14 I also included your button on my site, since I like to share with my readers other sites that offer frugal, DIY tutorials. Thanks for the awesome project and keep up the great work!

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  63. I have to try this. It is the cutest I've seen. I've been thinking about a unique shower curtain for 3 years, and thanks to you I've found it!

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  65. Hi Leanne!
    I'm going for a nautical theme in our bathroom, and am considering this, but in blue and white! (Wish me luck!)
    Just wondering, and maybe you've already answered it, but when using the ruffler foot, of course you loose length. What setting did you set your foot to? my options are 1,6 and 12, does that translate to the options you have on your foot?
    Either way, on the setting you chose, how much length would you say you lost on each row?

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  66. Lolololol I was literally laughing out loud when I read this:

    "Ruffle the remaining 9 strips of fabric till you are ready to gouge your eyeballs out."

    I have done plenty of projects when I felt that very same way and its funny because all of them had something to do with RUFFLES!!!!! Thanks for the tutorial, awesome! I am thinking of making a mini-curtain with like 4 rows of ruffles at about 4-5" each to go in my kitchen like a valance you know....we will see how it turns out (sigh)!

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  67. woooww so cute verry nice
    i want to try this :)

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  70. That is "HARDCORE". And beautiful.

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  71. Wow! Love! So totally making this. Just wondering what you had your ruffle foot and stitch length set to. Thanks for posting this!

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  72. Beautiful! Did you do anything to waterproof the fabric curtain? If you added a plastic liner on the inside, were you still concerned about the fabric being constantly exposed to moisture? Thanks so much!

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  73. I did it! Actually, I did a smaller version to cover the bookcase where I keep my fabric. I used an old sheet that had a hole in it, so mine doesn't have the ombre effect. Also, mine is much smaller so I didn't reach the "gouge your eyeballs out" stage, thankfully! It did take much longer than I was expecting, though ;)

    If you don't have a ruffle foot, watch this video from Nancy Zieman: http://video.wpt.org/video/2069171817/ She's doing Sewing A-Z, and letter G (near the end of this video) is for gathers. She shares the traditional method (two lines of basting) and then her favorite easier method. You take one stitch and then pull the bobbin thread out as long as your fabric piece. Then zigzag over that bobbin thread to the end. When you're finished, pull the bobbin thread and you'll get your gathers/ruffles! It's much easier to pull the bobbin thread than the two basting threads. Highly recommend :)

    Thank you so much for the tutorial! I love how mine turned out and would love to try the shower curtain some day :)

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    1. Genius Diana! I've got to try that! Thanks for your comment!

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  74. I'm wondering if you could do the gathering on your serger? I am dying to do this! This is gorgeous! Thank you for the tutorial Leanne!

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