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Stacy's Smock

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Author Olabelhe
Price $9.95
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Stacy’s Smock. This is such a fun addition to my collection of patterns. This little smock is super easy to create and fun for your little girl to wear. It is created from a classic A-line design but I have made it extra swingy to add lots of movement. In this design you will also be creating your own bias tape to finish off the bottom of the smock. So, if you have never made bias before you will be learning something new. Stacy also has 8 buttons down the back. This design is fast and easy to put together but I will warn you it does use quite a bit of fabric. But in my opinion it’s totally worth it. Stacy looks adorable with my Erin’s Skirt or Audrey’s Skirt Patterns or even a cute pair of leggings or pants. In the cooler months layer it with a long sleeved top and in the warmer months just a simple t-shirt or peasant top look perfect underneath it.


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© 2011 Olabelhe

This pattern is for personal use only.

“Fair use” of this pattern is subject to the following conditions:
There can be No resale or reproduction of this pattern in part or whole without written consent from the designer Dawn Hansen. This includes sharing, tracing or forwarding the pattern to anyone except the original purchaser.
No mass production or large quantity sale is permitted using this pattern (greater than 6 smocks) without prior consent from the designer Dawn Hansen.
Smocks made using this pattern for sale must clearly give credit to Olabelhe as the designer of the smock.

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Cutting Mat
Rotary Cutter
Quilters Ruler
Matching thread
Straight pins
8 buttons for the back of the smock

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