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After all the hype about Fashion week in NYC, we're in the mood for some serious couture. However, we're not in the mood to spend all that money. ...
1. First turn the pants inside out, pin the two layers of the leg together and cut out a long rectangle thats bigger at one end.
2. Repeat with the other leg, then sew a seam around the entire perimeter of each rectangle. Leave a small gap and turn them both right side out.
3. Sew a top seam around each rectangle and close up your gaps.
4. Slightly overlap the two wider ends then pin. Now make small pleats all the way down one side and pin. Repeat on the other side, making sure ...
5. Sew the pleats on one end starting at the end then stopping in the middle. Go with the pleats, not against. Then sew the other half the ...
6. Next take out some inch-wide elastic, fit it around your neck, under your arms and connect it at the back. Then pin the middle of the elastic ...
7. Then sew the elastic to the garment, making sure you stretch the elastic as you sew, so the ruffles will scrunch up more. Start in the middle ...
8. Now sew down both sides of the elastic, again, stretching as you sew.
9. Then overlap the ends of the elastic and sew it together in a rectangular motion. Add a hap-harzard stitch in the middle and at the ends and ...
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