Added Apr 1, 2011
The Hague, Nethe...
When you're at the end of your work, reverse and continue with the third row of pleats. Since I only made three rows of dots, I don't need to alternate between two marked rows for this last row of stitching. If you've decided to smock a bigger surface you can do the third and fourth row of stitching in the same way as the first two.
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