We had so much fun with the Women’s Clothing Month Vintage Smock Sew-Along from Bethany. Her series of videos and project download will endure as our go-to smock pattern! Several sewists made smocks for friends, and we think they’d make especially great gifts with a few cooking utensils or sewing notions tucked in the pockets.
Vintage Smock by Maria, knit.spin.sew
Maria thanks Bethany for her great videos and says, “I finally learned how to use the bias binding foot, which I had sitting there for years!”
Vintage Smock by Katie, The Adventures of Curt and Katie Mulder
This is a back view of one of two smocks Katie made. She adds that she left off the darts and ties; “The end-result was more art-smock than 1950’s apron, and I really like it! They will be hard to give away!… Great pattern, Bethany!” See detail shots and the other smock on Katie’s blog.
Vintage Smock by Erin, The Slippery Slope
Erin writes that she had a great time making the smock, “…Especially learning how to overcome some challenges with alteration.” She wrote about the process on her blog, The Slippery Slope.
Vintage Smock by Georgia, Puking Pastilles
Georgia made her cute smock with some alterations and great, graphic fabrics.
» Sewing Inspiration » Featured Creativity ~ Smock Style