In the process of stitching lots of practical things I find myself forgetting how much I enjoy working with lace. This dress has been designed and stitched to be a preday class at the Martha Pullen school in February and July of 2011. The entire front wrap bodice, back bodice and sleeve of the dress are strips of French and Swiss laces worked over a layer of silk organza. The skirt is silk organza over blue cotton batiste.
The bodice and sleeve edges are finished with entredeux, 1/4" Swiss edging, and running stitch worked with three strands of DMC floss.
Hailey did a little try on for me. Notice all the missing teeth - she's so happy to be going to kindergarten this year.
Teaching Schedule for 2017
t of St Louis SAGA
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April 28 - May 2
Fiming new vidoes for Classic Sewing magazine
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Prairie Bell Smockers (SAGA)
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Beech Island, South Carolina
Low Country Smockers (SAGA)
Charleston, South Carolina
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St. Louis Missouri
St. Louis, Missouri
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