Cheryl Sleboda
Image of PDF - Heirloom Smocking Pattern - 14 - Boxed In

PDF - Heirloom Smocking Pattern - 14 - Boxed In


Now you can make beautiful Heirloom Smocking designs for your next sewing project with this easy to follow pattern! Cheryl's instructions demystify these vintage techniques and make them fun. This listing is for the "Boxed In" technique!

If you have ever wanted to try Heirloom Smocking, also called Canadian Smocking, then this technique pattern is for you. You'll learn the exact layout to get the smocking pattern shown. You can then make it as big or as small as you want!

You will receive a link for a downloadable PDF pattern. You will need Adobe Acrobat to read the file, which you can download from

For use with your Heirloom Smocking Template, which you can get here:

Supplies you will need are:
- Your Heirloom Smocking Template
- Fabric
- Hand sewing needle
- Strong matching thread
- Marking pen or pencil
- Scissors

Optional materials are
- Sewing machine
- Border fabrics
- Thread conditioner or wax

Learn how easy it is to do these fun and historic techniques from a bygone era!

Look for Cheryl's DVD called Heirloom Sewing Techniques for Today's Quilter from F+W Media.

When you purchase this pattern you agree to the following:

Please do not copy, redistribute, or use for commercial means. This pattern is for PERSONAL use only. Each user must purchase their own pattern. By purchasing this pattern, you agree to abide by these conditions. Thank you!

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