Canadian Smocking – Tutorial 22 (Lozenges)

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This is the 22nd tutorial in this series of Canadian smocking tutorials. Today we will learn to stitch the Lozenges design.

Tips, tricks and general instructions for Canadian smocking can be found here. If you are new to smocking, reading that blog post first might be helpful.

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Fabric taped to floor and pattern drawn on the backside of the fabric.

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Here is the graph for the lozenges pattern.

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We will be tying together the two ends of the red lines.

Here is how two points are tied together.

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Come back to A, pull tight and make a knot.

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Work in progress.

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Length and width of fabric required

The width of the fabric will reduce to 50%. The height of the fabric will remain the same.

Finished look.

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