Added Sep 5, 2009
Being obsessed with smocking lately I designed several dresses and blouses with the classic honeycomb smocking in the back panel. The great thing about this is it creates ease of movement in a fitted, structured blouse, or dress. I am re-working the design for a longer sleeve for fall/winter. And you can’t go without a peplum!
Cotton. Darts. Pin tucks. Peplum. Honeycomb smocking.
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