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Smock

Smock Place of origin: England, Britain (embroidered) Date: 1575-1585 (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Embroidered linen with silk Museum number: T.113 to 118-1997

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Smock

Blackwork embroidery detail on British 1575-1585 woman's smock. Embroidered in back, stem and darning stitches with buttonhole filling. Embroidered linen with silk.

Hand-smocked whimsical pink and white check Easter Bunny dress by Anavini. http://www.adrianeast.com/AE/product/pink-gingham-easter-bunny-dress/

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Floral Embroidered Shorts (Black)

A collection of t shirts for teachers with cute and funny sayings, available in a range of sizes and colors

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Dandy Dylans Playsuit

Dandy Dylans Playsuit is a PDF pattern not a finished product. Dandy Dylans playsuit was inspired by the play suits and overalls worn years ago by little gentleman. The bib of the play suit can be smocked, embroidered or plain fabric. Its the ideal place to use a panel or fussy cut that fabric you only have a fat quarter of. The straps are sewn to the bib and the waistband in the front and button at the elastic back waist. The pattern includes trousers, shorts or a skirt option. The…

from V and A Collections

Smock

England, 1575-1586. A decorated undergarment smock. Another layer would be worn over it. This could also be worn if in bed and receiving visitors. - from Victoria & Alberta Museum