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  • n. Plural form of pintuck.


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  • Today, I am wearing a good long skirt of dark black jersey (tea length) that I got at a boutique and a nice long gray blouse in a light cotton with pintucks and ruffles in the bib that I just got at Target.

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  • Eileen West looked at all the pintucks and focused on all the details when creating this particular gown.

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  • I love the slanted pintucks, or whatever you call

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  • Presser feet can be a big expense, esp. for foreign machines like the Bernina; if you have a choice between two similar machines, get the one with more presser feet, if you're going to be doing fancy sewing zippers, quilting, pintucks, ruffling.

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  • Sheer blouses with embroidery and pintucks, looking for all the world like a Victorian shirtwaist.

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  • I could have easily blown the entire proceeds of the ebay sale in the Jones Store at lunchtime--the sheer blouses with lace collars and pintucks . . . the calf-length A-line skirts . . . the lace-up granny boots.

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  • I've been working, at long last, on the little jacket with pintucks, which I am making out of a shiny lavender fabric, as previously described.

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  • Since this was for a costume, I didn't worry about the crazy, wonky nature of the pintucks.

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  • Combining sharp tailoring with a feminine edge, the Stripe Shorts and Waistcoat are adorned with pintucks and origami pleats.


  • Tutorial: Adding pintucks and gathers to children's clothes patterns

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