To prevent a raggedy look from taking over the style, get regular trims.
Sally's raggedy dress is constructed of multicolored patches sewn together in a wild, mismatched pattern.
Skimping on the time necessary to create a hard finish is one of the biggest reasons patch jobs turn out looking raggedy or sunken.
Any kind of schoolgirl type (Alice in Wonderland, Raggedy Ann, Catholic schoolgirl...the list goes on.
As anyone who has ever dealt with a raggedy towel bogged down with worn threads knows, this can be quite a feat.
Being home doesn't mean you have to toss on an old tee shirts and raggedy pants.
Using a black eye pencil, draw a few stitches on the face to emulate Sally's raggedy look.
If it's thin and raggedy feeling, it likely isn't worth even the few dollars you plan to spend.
raggedy spires of the metropolis.
Dangling indigo fairy lights approximate the spirit of opium: it drapes itself sagely across the raggedy spires of the metropolis.
He is 46, sports a raggedy beard and speaks in clipped, high pitched Californian accents.
raggedy beard and speaks in clipped, high pitched Californian accents.
raggedy bunch with most of their feathers missing and very underweight.
They were a raggedy bunch with most of their feathers missing and very underweight.
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