CLARK’S O.N.T. HOME SEWING REFERENCE BOOK “ The Girl Who Sews Has Newer Clothes”
1st published in 1927 This is PDF Book has 30 pages packed with information on Recreating the time of the Flappers. There are 2 Cloche Styled Hat Pattern Instructions. Shows how to Make Fabric Flowers for Hats and Frocks. Directions for making a Simple Dress, add tucks, plaited front, long sleeves, Collar, Tailored touches for blouses, and much more.
CONTENTS: Aprons Bib Plain Basting Diagonal Even Long and Short Uneven Cutting Cutting Collar Pattern Sleeve Pinning Pattern Position of Scissors and Cloth Use of Pattern Draping a Plain Dress on the Figure Cutting Away Surplus Material Measuring Up the Material Pinning Easy to Make Underwear A Combination and a Brassiere From a Yard of Material Advantage of Making Several Garment at One Time Pantaloon Pajamas cut from Straight Pieces Fastening Stitches Flowers Fringed Taffeta Flower Ribbon Rose Sweet Peas of Ribbon Transparent Flowers Finishes Facing a Slashed Neck Opening Felled Bindings Hemming a Skirt Making a Narrow Belt Rolled and Whipped Edge Seam Finishes Stitched Bindings Tailored Touches Getting Acquainted with Your Sewing Machine Making Double Rows of Stitching Position of Thread Guiding the Material Gathering Dividing the Material Finishing the Gathered Edge Making Gathered Edge Stroking Gathers Hats Felt Hat Ribbon Hat Important Points in Fitting Fitting Hollow Chest Over-Erect Figure Square Shoulders Stooping Shoulders Knotting the Thread Remodeling Out of Date Dresses Seams and Seam Finishes Flat Felled Seams French Seams Overcasting Overcast Seams Soft Draperies for Party Frock or Evening Dress Smartness and Economy VIA the Remnant Counter Tailored Touches Bound Slits Embroidered Arrow Head Faced Scallops Reverse Tucks Welt Pocket Thread Guild for Hand Sewing Thread Guide for Machine Sewing Tucked or Plaited Frocks Two Piece Frock for Graduation What to Wear and When to Wear It What Is Your Style?
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