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    Just wondered how many of you have fringes on your jingle dress.

    I have a black dress with fringes made of ribbons on the back.
    I saw a similair decoration on a video once.

    Maybe you could post a pic of your dress :D
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    That is an amazing looking dress.:D
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    • #3
      thanks!
      right now I'm working it over and make some modifications.
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      • #4
        nice

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        • #5
          hey... that looks kewl! i was gonna put shawl fringe on each jinge but i was too afraid that is was gonna look tacky. it looks cool!!!!!

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          • #6
            KEWL

            Hey I have never seen anything like that with the fringes! i think i would have to see some one with it to like it...but thats just me takes awhile for change but it looks pretty!:)
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            • #7
              nice

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              • #8
                thanks so much for all your positive feedback!

                This is my first jingle dress I made and at that time I had nothing to look into for instructions on how to make it.
                The only thing I knew was the flap at the rear side of the skirt, so you can sit down! :D
                The idea I got from watching a video to learn the steps.
                One dancer had fringes on her back.
                So I wanted to know if some of you dancers have them too.

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                • #9
                  :Chatter :Chatter SELINA!!!! your first dress???
                  geesh i hope you have made other things before becasue when i made my first jingle dress it would never look that good! wow! i have also never seen fringes on a jingle dress but it looks great!

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                  • #10
                    thank you!
                    I'm blushing :Blush:Blush

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                    • #11
                      Your dress is beautiful....

                      Yes, I've seen dresses with fringe before. They are more subtle, tho. But look very nice. I hadn't considered it when making my daughter's dress, but I don't consider myself that creative at dress-making anyway.

                      Way to go!! You should consider making more dresses and possibly making a living at it!!

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                      • #12
                        Does all the fringe hinder the movement of the jingles and mute the sound? It is a nicely done dress but I have to admit when the pic first started coming up I thought it was a fancy shawl outfit by mistake. :o
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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Mato Winyan
                          Does all the fringe hinder the movement of the jingles and mute the sound?
                          No, since there are not many of the jingles on the back, it doesn't matter.
                          The whole sound comes from the jingles from the skirt, and there are no fringes.
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                          • #14
                            jingle fringe

                            :p The dress looks good, reminds me of a grass dance outfit. So it seems that the jingle dress and the grass dance regalia compliment each other not only in dress but in the style of dance, don't you think?
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                            • #15
                              :)
                              absolutely!
                              They have the same tempo!
                              And they are both in the middle between traditional and fancy!
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