Turn Of Century Fashion Patterns Over 60 Garments To Make Doll Size For Sale
Turn of the Century Fashion Patterns, Tailoring Techniques, 1901, Eton jacket, wearing apparel, Offered is TURN-of-the-CENTURY FASHION PATTERNS AND TAILORING TECHNIQUES by S.S. Gordon with a new Introduction by Kristina Harris. This classic 1901 guide to cutting ladies' tailor-made garments provides professional dressmakers with a wealth of useful information. One of the reasons seamstresses found it invaluable was the special attention paid to "small waists," "large front hips," and the "corpulent form." Included in this unabridged republication of that now-rare book are patterns and detailed instructions for measuring and cutting more than 60 different vintage garments and parts of wearing apparel, among them full log-of-mutton sleeves, a bell or wing sleeve, broad collars, a military cape, a double-breasted vest, riding breeches, a skirt with a flounce, a raglan box coat, an opera cloak, a three-seam coat, and an Eton jacket. Directions are also included for such then-innovative garments as a divided skirt for bicycle riding, knickerbockers, bloomers, and much more. These patterns are not for any particular size doll. You would have to adjust to fit your doll can be enlarged on the copy machine. This is a new, 192 page soft cover book with 112 b/w illustrations. The book is in new/gift quality condition. If you have any questions regarding sales, payment and shipping policies please ask before offerding/purchase.
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