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Phyllis Richter

I smocked clothes for my daughter with dotted patterns and also for my granddaughter. Then I smocked a christening dress form my great grandson using a pleated material(first time). I am smocking a dress for my latest great granddaughter but ran into a real obstacle when I did not use material that came from the fabric shop that does pleating (I did not like any of the limited supply they had). They did pleat this one only this time. I do not sew enough to buy a pleater but do not know how to find someone who does this.I live in Cumming, Georgia.

Stephanie Doerr

Looking for an alphabet pattern, upper and lowercase letters, to smock my granddaughters name on pillow. thank you, Stephanie

Kate Crawford

Just beginning to investigate the possibility of learning to start smocking. Goal an adorable dress for my new grand daughter, just born. I have some beg/intermediate sewing and embroidery skills. Have a fair machine, nothing terribly special with possibilities I haven't really tested. I'm thinking hand smocking might be a good start, but maybe something involving my machine may work also. Where do you suggest I begin. Would like a white summer dress by summer, Thanx, Kate

maggieb!

Kathleen, Do you have any of the Australian Smocking & Embroidery magazines? There is usually a blocking guide in each issue. You could trace one of those. Ellen McCarn has a paper guide too.

Sorry to be of so little help.
mb!

kATHLEEN

i NEED A COPY OF A SMOCKING BLOCK AND GUIDE PATTERN. dO YOU KNOW WHERE TO FIND ONE THAT ISN'T ON A PAD? jUST A PIECE OF PAPER THAT CAN BE COPIED?

tHANKS,

Veronica Cavanagh

I am about to become a granny for the 3rd time hopes this is a girl I can smock but cant remember how to make little roses. I would like some new ideas on different stiches. Very man thanks
Regards

Veronica
South Africa

Cheryl Pennock

Can you tell me what pattern the strawberry jam dress is made from? I am looking for one like this for my g'daughter.
Thx
Cheryl

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