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xx   SHIRT

Man's old English smock like one worn by farmers and shepards. Includes diagram for cutting smock pieces from 3-1/4" yds. of fabric and instructions for smocking. Smocking stitches include the Van Dyke, Feather, and Chevron.
AMERICAN HOME CRAFTS Summer 1978 (v.6#3) pg. 28, 75

Getting started in Seminole patchwork. Includes instructions for pillows and a girl's smock or dress.
DECORATING & CRAFT IDEAS Oct 1982 (v.13#8) pg. 42

An assorment of things to make from dish towels. Includes a smock with shoe-lace ties at the shoulder and hips.
FAMILY CIRCLE Sep 18 1979 (v.92#13) pg. 32

Cheerful smock for a youngster features pockets and a crayon holder.
GOOD HOUSEKEEPING Nov 1990 (v.211#5) pg. 290, 130

How to make an overblouse or smock from a man's shirt.
HANDMADE Spring 1982 (v.2#1) pg. 17

Woman's soft smock is sewn from shirt-weight suede.
HANDMADE Spring 1982 (v.2#1) pg. 32, 48, 108

Fisherman smocks for man, woman and child. Full-size pullout patterns included.
HANDMADE #17 Jan-Feb 1985 pg. 82, 66

Black Forest smock. Requires Folkwear pattern. Instructions include adding elaborate taped and metallic trim.
NEEDLE & THREAD Jan-Feb 1984 (v.4#1) pg. 14, 45

A long-sleeved wrap-around smock with "I am very busy" on the pocket.
NEEDLECRAFT FOR TODAY Jan-Feb 1979 (v.2#1) pg. 40

Cover-up smock for cooks, painters, etc. Patterned after 19th century workman's smock.
SUNSET Dec 1980 (v.165#6) pg. 84

Gingham smocks for girls are made from a 20"x45" rectangle of fabric.
WOMAN'S DAY Jan 11 1983 (v.46#5) pg. 70, 125