Designer Smocking For Tots To Teens
? Demonstrates how to create smartly smocked items reflective of top-name designs by Laura Ashley and Calvin Klein? Smocking - the act of stitching a pattern into a tight pleat - is among the most popular seminars at sewing/quilting and craft showsDesigner look without the designer cost, what's not to like? Designer Smocking for Tots to Teens empowers you to create modern clothing with contemporary catwalk character, for less money and in less time than it can take to decide on the perfect outfit. Within the 10 charming outfits featured, including patterns for 16 items, there are small accents including a smocked pocket on pajamas and patches on a pair of denim shorts, plus cute dresses, skirts and tops for children from newborn to size 14.
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armhole Attach back seams Backsmocking binding bodice bullion knots button cable stitch center back center front center valley CONSTRUCTlON detached chain Diag 12 Diag 9 Dyke stitch edge diag elastic embroidered embroidery stitches fabric marker following the instructions full space glass seed bead Handstitch holding row Keeping the thread left through pleat liftout pattern sheet loop lower edge machine stitch matching raw edges neaten the seam neckline needle from right overlock panel pants petals pin and stitch placket pleating row pleating threads pocket Press the seam previous row Pull the thread right sides right to left satin stitch seam allowance seams With right side seams sides diag sleeve smocking stacked cable step-by-step instructions Stitch diag stitch the front stitchline straight stitch strap stretch stitch Take the needle Topstitch Trim and neaten Trim the seam upper edge upper raw edge wave stitch wide wraps wrong side xo xo xo