OFB Smocked Daygown Part 4: It’s beginning to look like…

... a baby daygown. Can you see it, can you see it?!

I was so excited to I learned to properly attached a smocked piece to the yoke pieces with piping:

There is going to be a fancy hem at the bottom of the gown. I was going to work on attaching the laces today, but was side-tracked by quilting-related business. But hopefully, I would get to it tonight:

Ooooooh – I am so pleased with the techniques I have learned so far!! Thanks bunches, Annelle!

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Part 1, Part 2, Part 3

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7 thoughts on “OFB Smocked Daygown Part 4: It’s beginning to look like…

  1. I love little girls’ smocked and laced dresses very much, I’ve collected all of my girls’ which they wore when they were little, they are treasures to me even though I didn’t make them! This one you’ve done is so precious and pretty, love it!

  2. Fantastic! I’m doing 2 daygowns (twin baby girls) & a bishop dress for an 18 month old toddler (their sister) of each pattern.
    I hope to complete at least one this weekend. I’m setting up an assembly line (lol). The first sets are white dresses with white stitching with the pink roses as yours is….the next set is yellow with green stitching and maybe lavender roses.

    I’ve searched and searched for blogs with smocking sharing and this is the only one I’ve found. Thank you so much for putting this out on the web and if you know of other sites I would greatly appreciate a link.

    Can’t wait to see the finished dress and a pic of the special little lady that will wear it.

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