This is a beautiful ribbon trim...I call it The Tulip...cause it looks like it!
It's actually used in smocking...but when using in ribbons...you only do one row pattern and you get this beautiful ribbon trim.

Step 1: The Tulip Ribbon Trim- Materials

Satin Ribbon-  washed so the starch is removed...which make it easier to manipulate.
Matching thread
Needle and scissor
pen - optional.
Great job - so cute!!!! :)
Thanks a lot!
Love it! the satin tulip trim looks awesome :)
Thanks Muhaiminah!
you're welcome! you can make a matching hair bow with that satin lace :)
This is really nice.Love it.Thanks for the idea.
Really cute! I wish I was still young and skinny so I could wear one! :) <br>
If you feel young no matter how high the digits go...you will always be young ! The fact that you are in this site wanting to learn shows that you are young :-) <br>Also you do not have to be slim to wear this ... Make the top longer... Couple if inches above the knee would do ... The curves ( princess line) being highlighted by the trim will give the illusion of a slim and well shaped form. I know as my moms a great seamstress! Try and let me know how it goes :-)
Thanks! I've finished the ribbon trim and attached it!
Cute! I've seen that style shirt before; I really like it :)
Thanks :-)
Very pretty! Thanks for sharing and do have a splendorous day! <br>sunshiine
Your welcome ! It's nice to hear from you :-)

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