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It is so much easier to put a dress together like this and then sew up both sides. This Big Oak Tree: Sweet as a Berry Little Girl Dress {tutorial}.

Sweet as a Berry Little Girl Dress {tutorial}

With Valentine's day lurking around the corner it's only natural for a blogger like myself to begin thinking of cute ways to incorp...

Enchanted Gardens by Debbie Glenn from issue 2 of the new magazine Classic Sewing available at smocking.com

Enchanted Gardens by Debbie Glenn from issue 2 of the new magazine Classic Sewing available at smocking.com

Sweet little baby things

God and Country in Tennessee

I hope you enjoy your visit here and on my other blog at https://missingsisterstill.tumblr.com/ I report and block all PORN and NUDITY. I dont follow blank blogs or blogs I just dont have anything in common with. Your welcome to visit and re post from me, but please dont write on pictures I post and dont copy and re-post them (I can tell when you do that) Thank you.

Round yoke heirloom dress with puffing and Charleston bonnet. Look at the detail in the bonnet ties.

Round yoke heirloom dress with puffing and Charleston bonnet. Look at the detail in the bonnet ties.

Jesusito

The Blue Gingham Bishop

I gave you a peak of this blue gingham bishop in a previous blog, with the promise of sharing the smocking design. I had not forgotten. The problem is that it takes me almost as long to graph the design as it does to smock the dress! I am often asked, how long it takes me to smock an outfit. I am a pretty fast smocker, so this pretty little dress was about, "two movies", or this week that would translate to several Olympic events. Between the Olympic games, and the winter weather that most…

SewNso's Sewing Journal: ...and baby makes 3

...and baby makes 3

A couple weeks ago I started on a new project . ..a sew-a-long of sorts. I am actually working on two projects, beginning with something pin...

SewNso's Sewing Journal: smocking modifications

smocking modifications

I got an email this week from someone asking me if it was possible to modify a regular smocking plate to work for a bishop dress. I wrote ba...

April Rose Hand Smocked Baby Girl's Bonnet, Ready to Ship in sizes newborn, 0-3 months, 6 months and 12-18 months.

Christening Gowns, Bonnets, Rompers and Children's Wear by myheavenlydesigns

April Rose Hand Smocked Baby Girl's Bonnet, Ready to Ship in sizes newborn, 0-3 months, 6 months and 12-18 months.

Love this colorful smocked work.

Harujion Design

Last Saturday was my Birthday. We had a delicious Birthday brunch at Sorin's Restaurant in Notre Dame. It was the first time for us to eat there and we were so happy we picked the restaurant for the special meal. I had a bowl of clam chowder soup and a smoked salmon sandwich. It was delicious. Everyone was satisfied with great food and service. This Thursday is my husband's Birthday. I am looking forward to having a dinner at the best Sushi restaurant in the town. In the evening we went…

Beautiful embroidery on white silk organza that mimics real lace shaping, over a lavender swiss batiste underskirt. Lace and floral collar and embellished sash stitch in the hoop. Sleeve bottoms are closed with ribbons run through eyelet embroidery.

Photo Gallery: Gals Dress 5

Beautiful embroidery on white silk organza that mimics real lace shaping, over a lavender swiss batiste underskirt. Lace and floral collar and embellished sash stitch in the hoop. Sleeve bottoms are closed with ribbons run through eyelet embroidery.

Beautiful heirloom lace dress by Mela Wilson to view more visit my Facebook  Mela Wilson Heirloom Children's Clothing

Beautiful heirloom lace dress by Mela Wilson to view more visit my Facebook Mela Wilson Heirloom Children's Clothing

Duda-Flor on Instagram: “Semana de muitos vermelhos para aquecer o clima de Natal!”

75 Likes, 9 Comments - Duda-Flor (@dudaflor.store) on Instagram: “Semana de muitos vermelhos para aquecer o clima de Natal!”