Kim Sanders and Sheryl Borden discuss smocking on Creative Living

On this clip from Creative Living with Sheryl Borden(KENW), designer Kim Sanders shows examples of English and lattice smocking.  Kim mentions the historical beginning of smocking on men’s agricultural garments.  Examples of smocking as traditionally used on different types children’s clothing are shown.  Other samples demonstrate how smocking can be used for household items and adult clothing.

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