Printed Magazine

AS&E Issue 17


QUALITY OF PRODUCT NOTIFICATION: While the printed copies we’re selling of this issue are brand new, please be aware they are over 25 years old and as a result some imperfections may be present including scuff marks and minor damage to the corners. We do check every magazine before shipping it to you, however in some instances the only new stock left may be slightly imperfect.

Featured Projects

'AS&E Issue 17' features the following projects:

  • Marshmallow Ripples by Margaret Herzfeld
    Batiste dress with vertical smocking and neckline ruffle. Size 5. (Smocking design only)
  • Peaches and Dreams by Denise Bakes
    Swiss voile dress with pintucks, lace insertion and shadow embroidery. Size 6 years. (Embroidery design and heirloom sewing instructions only)
  • Champagne & Lace by Mary Lynn Webb
    Dotted Swiss dress with lace insertion and trim. Size 5. (Smocking design only)
  • Grandmother's Garden by Lyn Weeks
    Pink wool challis yoke dress with long sleeves, large double collar and lace trimmed sleeve bands. Size 6. (Smocking and embroidery design only)
  • Mellow Yellow by Sue Gardner
    Dress smocked back and front on bodice with lace insertion at the waist. (Smocking design only)
  • Sunset Rose by Joy Young and Norma Western
    Batiste heirloom dress with smocked collar and skirt inserts. Size 6-7 years. (Smocking and embroidery design only)
  • Gilded Lily by Merle Pritchard
    Dotted Swiss dress with smocked front bodice insert and sleeve frills. Adult size 12. (Smocking design only)
  • Fragile Frost by Sue Batterham
    Powder blue and white two piece heirloom dress with lace insertion and dainty embroidery. Size 8. (Smocking and embroidery design only)

Additional Information

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    Australian Smocking & Embroidery
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