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  1. Sandy
    April 23, 2012

    Thank you so much… I am definitely going to try these out. I don’t have a serger, unfortunately, but maybe I could use a zig zag or overlock stitch for the last one??

  2. Christen
    April 23, 2012

    Definitely saving these for later!

  3. Melanie
    April 24, 2012

    These are DARLING! I love how simple they are. I’ve made some thicker ones that turned out nice, but these look so fast, easy, and make a great gift! I just linked up at your party for the first time in months….haven’t been crafting much! I’d love it if you’d come link these up at my party that’s open all week!

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  4. Meg
    May 8, 2012

    I use a cigarette lighter to melt the raw edges of the ric rac to make sure they don’t fray. Just use the heat from the flame, or the edges will turn black. This also works on most ribbon.

  5. Michelle
    October 8, 2012

    Is the zig zag necessary for the rag edge one? I missed that and used a normal straight stitch… just wondering if I need to redo it! Thanks for the tutorial!

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    November 5, 2012

    Wow the print of your fabrics really attracts me a lot..the stitching was really good around the edges but there still some issues if we want to do it in a different manner…but fantastic tutorial..!!

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    December 26, 2012

    Whole tutorial is simply awesome and very easy going….I like the way you added such a great detail in all the steps….your fabric is looking simply adorable after done!

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