Children's Corner Smocked Bishop Gwen Pattern
Smocked bishop dress with angel sleeves.
Dress overlaps and closed in back; no placket.
Children's Corner Smocked Bishop Betsy Pattern
Smocked bishop dress with smocked sleeves.
Placket closure in back of dress.
Children's Corner Taylor Pattern
Simply put -- I love this pattern. Very, very easy to sew. Great for a beginner. Completely lined and open to a wide range of embellishments.
Children's Corner Frannie Baby Pattern
Such an adorable pattern. Very easy to sew -- great for a beginner. Completely lined top. Pattern includes bloomers, and the video shows a completely different way to construct them.
This video hows how to construct the pattern with the smocked insert as well as the skirt with the idea that you can subtract to get the other views if desired.
Learn how to create this elegant look using any angle-sleeve smocked bishop pattern.
Super easy pattern and timeless style. Fit lends itself to be worn for a long time. Back is closed with a placket.
Creative Needle Smocked Bishop Dress Pattern
This is a delightful pattern featuring a clever shoulder closure placket that appears makes your smocking appear seamless.
sharing my passion for classic and heirloom sewing
Has the same pretty look of a smocked bishop dress with angel sleeves, but in the bubble form. Very practical for the crawling stage.
Here's how to make an heirloom Easter Dress using the bodice pieces from the Children's Corner Jamie pattern.
Children's Corner Mary De Smocked Pattern
This is the smocked version of Mary De. Again, very classic in shape and open to a range of embellishment options.
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This video shows how to construct view 2 of the Old Fashioned Baby Bonnet pattern.
Children's Corner Jamie Smocked Bubble Pattern
Bubble featuring flat yoke, smocking on front underneath yoke section, gathered sleeves, placket closure in back of garment.
This pattern is such a fast make -- no smocking and very limited hand-sewing. It is great for beginners or those last-minute projects.
This is the non-smocked version of Mary De. It is very easy to sew -- great for a beginner. Classic style with many embellishment options.
Learn how to construct a dress that features a fully smocked bodice with a skirt that flows out below.
Learn how to make this dress with a continuously smocked skirt using CC Jamie as the yoke pieces.