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For help in learning how to smock see our step-by-step instructional DVD named “Smocking” by Martha Pullen or our instructional book named “English Smocking” by Grace Knott and Judith Marquis.

This elegant dress is actually simple to sew. The technique for putting the elastic in the sleeves is the easiest one I know. The large, oversized sleeves have Rick Rack partly showing on the edge of the hem. The dress is set off with a square neckline and Rick Rack around the bottom edge of the hem. The back is fastened with Velcro.

View 1 of the Stella Dress. This dress features smocked apples just under the bodice. The dress is smocked in the front only and the back bodice comes down to the last row of smocking.

View 2. The smocking is done on a band to be inserted just under the bodice. The band is set off with piping on the top and bottom.

This smocked doll dress pattern is designed by Sally Robertson. Sally gives permission to crafters to sew this pattern and to sell the finished outfits.

This is a new pattern. It will be shipped Priority Mail with a Tracking Number.

Doll Clothing Patterns - Stella Dress for 18 Inch American Girl Dolls - IF-Stella-P-Etsy

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  • Handmade Supply
  • Materials: batiste, broadcloth, piping, rick rack, dmc, floss, sewing, machine
  • Ships worldwide from Colorado, United States
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