HOW TO MAKE A DRESS FROM PRE-SMOCKED FABRIC
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It’s that time of year again. The time when you pull out your kids clothes for the warmer months, only to realize they have outgrown every item of clothing from last season.
It’s time to sew up some quick, simple, and easier-than-home-economics-class, little dresses for them to frolic around in.
- Pre-Smocked Fabric This is all you need (assuming you have all the sewing essentials on hand like the machine, and thread).
You need enough fabric to wrap around the body, snuggly, plus some for the straps.
To measure where you will cut, turn your fabric wrong side out and wrap it around the body. You want the top smocked portion to be snug, but not pulling tight.
Lay the fabric on a flat surface, folded, with the pins from the measuring still intact. You are then going to cut the smocked portion in a straight line down.
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