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What is "Ruffle" - Definition & Explanation

Decorative, gathered, or pleated strips of fabric or ribbon sewn to the garment.
A gathered fabric. Bed skirts are often ruffled. Pillows can also have a ruffled finish instead of a plain flange. The fullness of a ruffle is regulated by how much fabric is used.

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