Meticulous School Girl Project w 120 detailed Fashion Patterns with extensive narrative and detail
Hingham, Norfolk, England, 1948. Fiserh's Young America's Library Edition. A large format 120 page album hand penned by a young woman, Miss R. G. Gordon. It includes 120 fashion patterns with complete detail as to placement of darts, tucks, etc. Also includes measurements and detail on location of each pattern piece. The cutting lines are black and the action lines e.g. dart placement are red. Additionally each pattern includes a detailed narrative with instructions on cutting and assembly. Great care is taken in explaining processes above the basics e.g. tucks and gathers. Patterns for skirts, kimonos, various collars and sleeves, bodice, wedding dress, short coat, jacket, long coat, cape, pajamas, knickers, a child's dress and more. Measures 11" x 14 1/2. Parenthetically the project received a "Very Good 100%" grade.
(Inventory #: 26013327)
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