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How do I make this seam completely straight,
while keeping the skirt ruffles?
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Why would you want too keep those 'ruffles'? It's a mess. use the damn pleat tool.
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>>565906
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because I do, please help if you know the answer? Pleating will add more pieces on the UV. there is a way, because I see many people doing the seam "right" while keeping the ruffles
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>>565900
umm maybe try looking at a real dress? its just a larger amount of metrical at the bottom then it is at the top causing the fabric to fold over itself and become 'ruffled'
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>>565998
I think OP is trying to achieve this sewing style:
http://www.lovetosew.com/machine-gather.htm
It's used on some skirts
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Anybody know why these pleat sewed segments don't connect fully?
OP have you tried just manually pulling the skirt hem downwards during simulation to stretch the seam flat?




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