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Turn-of-the-century fashion patterns and tailoring techniques

Author: S S Gordon
Publisher: Mineola, NY : Dover Publications, 2000.
Series: Dover books on fashion.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Classic 1901 guide to cutting ladies' tailor-made clothing includes patterns and detailed instructions for creating over 60 garments and parts of wearing apparel: leg-o-mutton sleeves, broad collars, military cape, knickerbockers, bloomers, opera cloak, riding breeches, and much more. The perfect reference for recreating vintage clothing for costume parties and theatrical productions.
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Genre/Form: Patterns
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: S S Gordon
ISBN: 0486412415 9780486412412
OCLC Number: 44802850
Notes: Originally published: The standard work on cutting ladies' tailor-made garments. New York : Jno. J. Mitchell Co., 1901.
Includes index.
Description: iv, 186 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm.
Series Title: Dover books on fashion.
Other Titles: Standard work on cutting ladies' tailor-made garments
Responsibility: S.S. Gordon ; with a new introduction by Kristina Harris.
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Classic 1901 guide to cutting ladies' tailor-made clothing includes patterns and detailed instructions for creating over 60 garments and parts of wearing apparel: leg-o-mutton sleeves, broad collars, military cape, knickerbockers, bloomers, opera cloak, riding breeches, and much more. The perfect reference for recreating vintage clothing for costume parties and theatrical productions.

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