Lattice Smocking

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Lattice Smocking
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Learn to hand sew and make lattice smocking. This is an easy sewing tutorial that looks great when sewing formal garments from scratch. When you learn how to do smocking by hand, you can turn any garment into a chic and elegant piece. The lattice texture is gorgeous and impressive on just about any piece of fabric.
This lattice smocking tutorial is thorough with instructions and pictures to help you along the way. Learn this sewing technique for wearable garments, home decor, and for anything else you can think of. It will definitely come in handy if you sew often.

Project TypeLearn a Technique

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Sewn byHand


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This is a really beautiful technique.

nice tutorial

I can just see this on a dress, whether on the bodice or around a full skirt, would be beautiful!!

As an experienced seamstress I was confused

Cant wait to try this out - I had a pattern to do this years ago for cushions and lost it so I'm thrilled to find it again here. I also had one for round cushions if anyone would have the pattern for it?

Hey Jeanette, if you go onto YouTube and search for canadian smocking, there is a lady that does a circle cushion.


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