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    • Miriam Foote

      smocking tutorial start with gingham - Grandma made all "the girls" smocked gingham blouses and skirts for Christmas one year. Wore mine a lot, put it in "mothballs" then a while back turned the skirt into an apron....still using it after all these years!

    • Yasmin Allen

      smocking tutorial start with gingham, easy because your guidelines are part of the fabric!

    • Beth Duff

      smocking tutorial start with gingham (or any fabric with a small repeated pattern)

    • DLJE

      smocking tutorial start with gingham - My Great Grandma taught me how to do this.

    • Dori Wolfenstein

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    • Tata Georgette

      smock - 2014 10 smocking tutorial start with gingham

    • Libby Clark

      How-To: Smocked Gingham Curtain

    • Kattie McGrane

      DIY Smocking

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