Ruche/Ruched is used to generate drape and texture in the body of the garment, and cloth is collected and sewn into a seam that is shorter than the length of the fabric. To know more about ruched fabric and ruching, read this article.
What is Ruched fabric?
Ruching is a fabric manipulation technique used to adorn sleeves, bodices, shirts, and skirts. It involves repeatedly pleating and folding the fabric to give a garment structure and dimension. With its attractive, folded design, a ruche can create a slimming appearance around the abdomen, bust, or waistline of a bathing suit or the dress skirt itself. The ruffled or pleated pattern contrasts against the rest of the clothing item or accessory. Ruching adds a textured, three-dimensional look to a dress that can add another level of intricacy, make the waistline appear smaller, or provide volume to milkmaid dresses’ shoulders. T-shirts and hats can also be decorated with them.
How do we ruche them correctly?
To avoid this, choose a particularly long dress to ruche the side seam. As you gather the fabric of your dress for ruching, the fabric inches up, leaving you with a shorter dress. Additionally, you may provide the appearance of curves on anyone’s physique by ruching a swimsuit.
When ruching a fabric, be careful to pull as hard as you can because this secures your ruffles and keeps them from shifting position.