Vintage Smock Sew-Along, 2a & 2b

on May 12 | in Sew-Alongs, Vintage Smock Sew-Along | by | with 8 Comments

Here’s the second installment of video instructions for our Vintage Smock Sew-Along. Don’t miss the introduction and part one, written instructions and related forum discussions too. There’s also a darling completed smock in the Sewing Women’s Clothing Flickr pool to inspire you.

The second week of instructions is comprised of the two videos below (2a & 2b). Enjoy!

  • Vintage Smock Video Two(a) covers:
    1. Preparing apron strings
    2. Front panel darts
    3. Pockets

  • Vintage Smock Video Two(b) covers:
    1. Joining smock pieces
    2. Rolled hem on panel edges
    3. Side seams
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8 Responses to Vintage Smock Sew-Along, 2a & 2b

  1. Kerri says:

    Love the smock! Gotta go dig up some fabric right now and make one. You should try a rolled hem foot! My dealer showed me how to use one. Works great! I have 3 different sizes now.

  2. Andi says:

    I’ve never done a flat fell seam before either. Thanks for the great video. I love learning new things!

  3. Margie says:

    Wow this is great!! I can’t wait to make my smock!

  4. This was great, and I learned something new. I have never done a flat fell seam before.

  5. Amy Stickler says:

    This is such a great learning project! Can you do a cute vintage trendy blouse pattern next? Dont know if you are taking any suggestions, but thought I would make the request!

  6. Valerie says:

    I love this! Thanks for such a great tutorial, you did a fantastic job, also I like your background music. Really great job.

  7. margaret m. says:

    Thanks for the videos. Sometimes written instructions are a bit hard to follow.

  8. whitney says:

    Love it! Thanks so much for the videos – such a great way to learn how to do it. Can`t wait until next Monday to finish my smock!

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