Friday, May 24, 2013

Honeycomb Smocking Tutorial {Guest Post}

 Guest Posting at A Jennuine Life!
Blessings!  I'd love for you to join me over at A Jennuine Life as I share the sweet beach outfit above and a honeycomb smocking tutorial in her Lost Arts of Sewing series.  This is smocking without a pleater and everyone can do it!  Just click  HERE and check it out!  While you are there, check out the other 'lost arts', too.  The series began on May 20th.


19 comments:

  1. Great post, Karen! Full of lots of helpful information.:)

    Cindy

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  2. Thank you, Cindy! Writing tutorials is quite the experience, though. It made the post so long I wonder if people will be tired of reading it before they get to the end!!!

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  3. Love the embroidery on this... and I love the design of the smocking. =) Very pretty.

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  4. Hi! Sent my Mouse House Creations. Love the Eric Carle dress at the top.

    -Amanda

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    1. Thank you, Amanda. I love Eric Carle's books and his fabric lines are awesome. Little children always recognize the prints and love to wear them. Thank you for stopping by!

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  5. Hi!! Sent over from Mouse House Creations!!!! The smocking is so darling!!!

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  6. Real live smocking! Hi, came from Mouse House!

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    1. Hand smocking has a rhythm to it and can be so relaxing to work on. Thank you for stopping by!

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  7. Sent over from the Mouse House! That smocking is gorgeous!

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  8. Hi, love your dresses. If only I could sew that well. Came over to say Hi! From Mouse House.

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    1. Thank you for stopping by, Margaret! I've been sewing a long time. It just takes patience and practice!

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  9. Came over from "Welcome to the Mouse House" to say Hi! :-) This is beautiful, btw.

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    1. Thank you for visiting my blog, Jessi!

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  10. hi!
    came over from frances suzanne!
    great tutorial!

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  11. Love this! I am from Frances Suzanne. Came by to say "hi"!

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    1. Thank you for stopping by, Kelly. Both my mom and my two nieces are named Kelly, too!

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  12. Hello ~ What a beautiful blog! So happy I found you on Frances Suzanne! Thank you :)

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    1. Thank you for visiting, Kirsty. I hope you will come by again!

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