Smocking Dots


Straight rows of smocking transfer dots are ironed onto the wrong side of your material. Each dot along the row is then 'picked-up' by needle and then pulled-up and tied off - leaving the material ready for smocking. Use blue dots on all light colored fabrics. Wash transfers out with soap and water.

Blue transfer dots for English smocking. Dots duplicate the spacing of a pleater. Two sheets of transfer smocking dots. 24 rows deep and 44" long. Dots measure 1/4" apart along the rows and 5/8" between rows.