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    Smocking is done by using small stitches to gather fabric in a pattern. See Step 1 to learn a basic smocking technique called the honeycomb that will allow you
    22 Sep 2008 Honeycomb Smocking Tutorial. Materials: fabric: your desired height x 3 times your desired width. Step 1: cut your cardboard strip. Cut your cardboard into a long, thin strip. Step 2: the first press. Use light starch for all pressing. Step 3: the second press. Step 4: the pleat press. Step 5: mark it. Step 6: sew flat
    14 Jul 2015
    Most kinds of fabrics are suitable for smocking, but silks, linens and cottons are perhaps the best. Nowadays . Honeycomb is used mainly to finish off a pattern.
    pictures on how to do honeycomb smocking – 22 by learningtofly_katafalk Honeycomb smocking Vintage Sewing, Crafts With Fabric, Smocking Tutorial,
    Steps to smocking. After the fabric is gathered count your pleats. Skip the first gathering row for smocking stitches. Come up from the side of the third pleat ( or first pleat if you have already left seam allowance) . Do the smocking stitches. Outline stitch/ Stem Stitch.
    Today she’s back with a Honeycomb Smocked Sundress in a variety of sizes. The dress is made out of one rectangle of fabric, so no patterns are needed.
    24 May 2013 I looked over the sundress and pinafore patterns that I have and The first steps in honeycomb smocking are to chose fabric that you can see5 Feb 2010 Stick the needle up in the first dot. At the same place, pick up a few millimetres of fabric (just like 3 threads or so). Go to the dot beside it and pick up some fabric here to. Sew some stitches and secure the “fold” you just made.

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