Nicole Smith‘s post on ThreadsMagazine.com introduces a modern take on smocking. She says,

The…pattern variation on North American smocking, known as the lozenge, is sewn using a grid that alternates taut and slack stitches. Once you get the knack of this variation, you can try creating other designs on a grid and stitching your own version. By changing the scale, placement, or number of repeats, you can fabricate an interesting smocked look.

Learn the basics from Nicole’s tute.

By Denise Felton




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