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This article is about the sewing technique. For the method of cooking eggs, see Shirred eggs.
In sewing, shirring is two or more rows of gathers that are used to decorate parts of garments, usually the sleeves, bodice or yoke. The term is also sometimes used to refer to the pleats seen in stage curtains.
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