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Summertime cotton for a sundress
|The pattern "Erin-Lindsay" by Yvonne Denise was used to create this darling dotted swiss dress.|
Using the smocking design "Jennifer" Roberta accomplished the needlework in a soft lavender color.
Another smocking source for the summer dress is AS&E # 82
Another member who attended the 'Kinsey' sew along workshop has completed her version. Cynthia used a Liberty of London fabric, a variation of an AS&E smocking design where she substituted cast on flowers (knowledge acquired in a Gail Doane class) for the bullion roses. If you look carefully you will spot the pearls used to accent the flowers.
|This precious bishop dress was constructed with imperial batiste. Teresa is pleased with the results as she learned a new technique of applying the neckband from our own President who lead a bishop workshop for our members.|
A closer look at the smocking
The two baby quilts were sewn from kits, one with flannel fabric and the other from Minky...these quilts will look sweet on any crib.