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GARriENT . Cutter 




AUG XO 1895 



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GOLDSBERRY) & DORAN 



Proprietors . . . 



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3SS OGDEN AVENUE 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS. 



Agents Wanted. 



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COPYRIGHT, 1895. BY GOLDSBBRRY & DORAN, 






LADIES' COSTUME. 




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Use the scale corresponding 
with the bust measure to draft the 
entire Waist, which consists of one- 
half of Waist, Rolling Collar, Vest, 
and Standing Collar, Sleeve and 
Skirt Trimming. 

This Waist has no seams under 
the arm nor down the back. Take 
up the darts in front, close on the 
side with buttons and button 
holes, take up the shoulder seams, 
cut the Rolling Collar double, in- 
terline with canvas, and face with 
silk; sew to waist, trim with vel- 
vet. 

Get the diagrams for the 
Sleeves on page 3. Draft by 
the bust measure, lay the pleats 
to form a triple box pleat, finish 
the sleeve trimming all around 
and place upon this box pleat, 
tack it in place. Use the diagrams 
for the Skirt on page 4. Draft 
by the waist measure, interline 
throughout with grasscloth, face 
up the bottom with velvet, place 
the skirt trimming on each side 
as represented. 

The Vest is made of linen. Use 
this diagram for the lining, lay a 
side pleat down the center of the 
outside. 

Finish with a standing collar. 



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the chest measure to draft the entire 
waist, which consists of Front, Back, 
Collar, Cuff and Sleeves. Face the 
bottom of Blouse and insert elastic 
braid. 

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LADIES' BICYCLE COSTUME. 







Use the scale corresponding with the bust 
measure to draft the entire waist and sleeves, 
which consists of Front, Back and Collar for 
the waist; Front, Back, Revere and Collar 
and three Sleeve portions for the jacket. This 
sleeve is sometimes called the Ferris Wheel 
Sleeve; it is suitable for waist or jacket. Sew 
the top in the sleeve plain; gather the bottom 
and sew to the curved lines on the sleeve, 
above the elbow. 

Draft the bloomers, lining and skirt, by the 
waist measure. Gather the outside and sew 
to the lining. These can be worn without the 
kilt skirt, but it surely is more lady-like to 
wear the kilt skirt. Regulate the length by 
the tape measure. 




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LADIES' STREET COSTUME. 




Use the scale corresponding with the bust measure 
to draft the entire Waist, which consists of Front, Back' 
Side-back and three Sleeve Portions and Collar. The 
Cape is also drafted by bust measure, it consists of one- 
half of Cape, Hood, Cape Facing, Hood Facing and 
Collar. Line the inside of the Hood with contrasting 
material. Sew the collar to the cape and button the hood 
on at the neck. Use any skirt given. 

Regulate the length of skirt by tape measure. 




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Use the scale corresponding with the bust 
measure, which consists of Front, Back, Side- 
back, Under-arm-gore, Collar and three Sleeve 
Portions. 

Gather the sleeve puff at the bottom and 
sew to the dotted line on the lining. The lower 
part of the sleeve may be made of velvet. 

The Coat is given on pages 14 and 15. 
Draft by bust measure: Front, Back, Side- 
back, three Sleeve Portions and Collar. 

Take up the darts as represented. Lay the 
pleats in the upper sleeve according to the 
notches. Make a box pleat on the top. 

The Skirt is given on page 16. Draft by 
waist measure. Trim to suit. 

Regulate length by tape measure. 




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LADIES' STREET COSTUME— Continued. 




MORNING WRAPPER. 



17 




Use the scale corresponding with 
bust measure to draft the entire gar- 
ment, which consists of Front, Back, 
Sailor Collar, Cuff and Sleeve. 

The Back and Side-back are cut 
together; cut down the center of the 
dart before basting, full the lining at -ji/ 
the waist line, same as a basque, 
gather the Sleeve at the top between 
the notches. 

Trim with ribbon as represented. 
Regulate the length by the tape 
measure. 




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BOYS' SUIT. 



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Draft coat and vest by chest meas- 
ure and draft the pants by hip measure. 
Regulate the length by tape measure. 




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CHILD'S COSTUME 




Use the scale corresponding with 
the bust measure to draft the entire 
waist and sleeves. 

This gives the blouse effect. Lay 
pleats in front according to the notches. 

The io-J front and back are for the 
under waist or lining. 

Gather the sleeve puff and sew to -r 
the sleeve lining on curved line. 

Draft the skirt by the waist meas- 
ure. Lay the pleats according to the 
notches, and sew to the waist. Finish 
with white braid. 

Regulate the length by the tape 
measure. 



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BOYS 1 SAILOR SUIT. 




To draft Waist use scale corresponding with 
the chest measure. 

Is in six pieces: Front, Back, Vest, Collar and 
two Sleeve portions. 

The Vest is set in the front connecting the 
notches. 

Face the bottom of Waist and insert a rubber 
cord. 

The pants are drafted by the scale correspond- 
ing with the hip measure. The waist band is 
allowed. 

Regulate the length by the tape measure. 





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CHILD'S STREET COSTUME. 




Use the scale corresponding 
with the bust measure to draft 
the waist and jacket. 

The waist is given on page 

24. It consists of front, back 
and sleeve. Close it in the 
back, trim with braid, gather 
or pleat the sleeve. 

The jacket is given on page 

25. It consists of front, back, 
side-back, under-arm-gore, col- 
lar and facing, and collar lining, 
and two sleeve portions. Join 
the collar to the front according 
to the stars, notches and rings. 
Gather or pleat the sleeve be- 
tween notches. Use any skirt 
given. 

Regulate the length by the 
tape measure. 




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Select the scale corre- 
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measure. 

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half of the drawers and 
one-half of the band. 
These can be closed or 
left open. 

Gather the extra full- 
ness at the top and sew to 
the band. 

Make all allowances for 
tucks. 

Regulate the length by 
the tape line. 




LADIES' DRAWERS. 

Use the scale corresponding with the waist measure to draft the entire garment, which consists of 
one-half of the drawers and band. 

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Use the scale corresponding with Bust 
measure to draft the entire waist, which 
consists of two Fronts, Back, Collar and 
three Sleeve portions. Cut the back 
double. Close the front with hooks and 
eyes . Gather the upper sleeves between 
the notches to fit the arm's eye. 

Draft the Skirt by the Waist measure ; 
it consists of two Fronts, Back and Side- 
gore. Sew the narrow front and side- 
gore together, then sew the upper front, 
side-gore and back in one seam. This 
gives the skirt a stylish appearance. The 
front and side-gore may be of velvet, or 
of the same material as the dress. 

Regulate the length by the tape 
measure. 









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Use the scale corresponding 
with the bust measure to draft 
the entire Waist and Sleeves, 
which consists of Front, Back, 
Side-back, Under-arm-gore, Col- 
lar, Ruffle for the Sleeve, Cape 
and two Sleeve portions. Fit the 
Basque perfectly, whale-bone 
every seam and down the front. 
Finish the bottom with knife 
pleating, also finish the top of the 
Sleeve with pleating and a cap. 
Trim the Cape with braid or vel- 
vet bands. Use any Skirt given 
in this issue. Trim to suit. 

Draft Underwaist by bust meas- 
ure. 




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LADIES' STREET COSTUME. 




Use the scale corresponding 
with the bust measure to draft 
the waist and sleeves, which 
consists of Front, Back, Side- 
back, Under-arm-gore, two re- 
vere portions, vest front and 
three sleeve portions. 

This is a short pointed bas- 
que; draft the same as all other 
garments. The revere or large 
collar may be made separately;, 
interline with canvas, finish the 
edge with guimp or jet trim- 
ming. The bottom of the bas- 
que may be finished with a soft 
roll of velvet or silk, finish the 
back with a butterfly bow. 

The sleeves may be pleated 
in various ways, or gathered; 
one of the prettiest ways is to 
lay side pleats, meeting in the 
center or at point of shoulder. 

Another is to make a box 
pleat on top with deep side 
pleats on each side. Always 
line the puff part with crinoline, 
tarletan or fibre chamois, the 
latter is the most durable, as 
the coat sleeve will not crush it. 

The skirt is drafted by the 
waist measure; it consists of 
Front, Back Breadth and Side- 
gore. Line the back with hair- 
cloth and make a double box 
pleat down the center. The 
effect is very prett}' and more 
durable than the Godet pleats, 
or it may be gathered or pleated 
in deep knife pleats, meeting at 
the center. 

Regulate the length by the 
tape measure. 



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36 



BOYS' SACK SHIRT. 



Use the scale correspond- 
ing with the Chest measure 
to draft the entire garment, 
which consists of Front, 
Back, Sleeve, Cuff, Collar 
and Shirt Front. 

Make up same as any other 
garment. Interline the shirt 
front with white canvas to 
retain stiffness. 

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37 




Use the scale corresponding 
with the bust measure to draft the 
waist and wrap. It consists of 
five pieces: Front, back, under- 
arm gore, collar and coat skirt. 
The sleeves are given on page 
38. It may be trimmed with fur 
or five or six rows of braid at the 
bottom of the skirt and also at 
the waist. Close in front with 
large hooks and eyes. 

The waist is given on page 38. 
Four pieces: Front, back, under- 
arm-gore and side-back. This 
gives the pointed effect front and 
back. Use any sleeves. 

The cape is given on page 39. 
Is in six pieces, four pieces for 
the yoke and collar combined, 
one-half of the cape and ruffle. 
Line the collar with canvas. 
Put together as indicated, just 
as it is in the book. Line the 
ruffle with silk. Sew the cape, 
ruffle and collar (or yoke) to- 
gether. It may also be trimmed 
with braid. 

The skirt is given on page 40. 
Draft by waist measure. 

Regulate the length with tape 
measure 



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LADIES' SEAMLESS COSTUME. 



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Use the scale corresponding with the 
Bust measure to draft the Waist, Collar 
and Sleeve. 

This is truly a novelty, there being but 
one seam in the waist, one in the sleeve, 
and one in the skirt. 

Do not attempt to cut this waist for a 
stout form, as it can't be done success- 
fully. The velvet may be omitted on the 
waist if desirable. The chiffon ruffle 
around the neck and down the front 
would be very becoming. 

If the waist is too small when drafted 
out, make it larger in front, not in the 
back. 

The Skirt is given on page 42; is 
drafted by the Waist measure. 

Cut on the straight of the goods in 
front. 

Regulate the length to suit. 





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STOUT LADIES' COSTUME. 



43 




Use scale corresponding with the Bust 
measure to draft the entire waist, which 
consists of Front, Back, Side-Back, two 
Under-arm-gores, Collar and two Sleeve- 
portions. 

Do not attempt to cut this for a Bust less 
than 35 inches. Draft the same as all 
other garments. The under-arm-gores are 
marked where they are to join. Gather the 
sleeve between the notches. 

The skirt is given on page 45. Draft by 
the waist measure. There are three pieces : 
Front, Back and Side-Gore. Trim with 
folds of the goods, or any other flat trim- 
ming, as fluffy trimmings are not becoming 
to stout forms. Regulate the length by the 
tape measure. 




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LADIES' STREET COSTUME. 




Use the scale corresponding with 
Bust measure to draft the entire 
Basque, which consists of Front, Back, 
Side-back, Collar, Coat (or Basque) 
Skirt and two Sleeve portions. 

Fit the waist perfectly. Lap the 
fronts from right to left. Button or 
hook down the side. After lining the 
skirt with silk to make it fall in grace- 
ful waves sew to the waist. It may be 
finished all around with stitching. 

The upper sleeve is laid in box 
pleats according to the notches. The 
notches represent the pleats, and the 
stars the under side of the pleat. 

The skirt is given on page 48. 
Draft by the Waist measure. Is in 
two pieces — Gored Front and Bell 
Back. Gather the center of the back 
from the notch. Regulate the length 
by the tape measure. 





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LADIES' HOUSE DRESS. 



49 







Ascertain the bust measure and use the corresponding scale 
to draft the Basque. 

It consists of seven pieces, as follows: Front, Back, Side 
Back, Under-arm Gore, Collar and two Sleeve portions. 

This Basque is drafted out the same as any other, but the 
effect is different. This gives a very narrow back and rounding 
side back. 

Cut the front darts open in the center of dart and baste on 
the lines given. (See diagram.) 

The front of the Basque may be trimmed with embroidery 
or braiding to correspond with drapery if desired. 

The skirt and drapery is drafted by the scale corresponding 
with the waist measure; lay pleats according to the notches. 

Regulate the length by tape measure. 



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Use the scale corresponding with the Bust 
measure to draft the entire Jacket and Waist. The 
Jacket consists of Front, Back, Side-Back, Under- 
arm-Gore, Rolling Collar and three Sleeve por- 
tions. This gives the full skirt effect. Gather 
the upper sleeve all round with very large stitches. 
Join the notch on top to the shoulder seam. 

The waist consists of Front and Back Yoke, 
and gathered portion for front and back. Close 
on the shoulder and under the arm. Finish the 
bottom with a soft belt fastened under the arm. 
Use any sleeve given. 

The Skirt is drafted by the Waist measure; 
is in four pieces, Front, Back and two Side-gores; 
one may be omitted if desirable. 

Regulate the length by the tape measure. 




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LADIES' STEEET COSTUME.— Continued. 




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Use the scale corresponding 
with the Bust measure to draft 
the entire Jacket and Waist. The 
Jacket consists of Front, Back, 
Side-back, Under-arm-gore, Roll- 
ing Collar and two Sleeve por- 
tions. This gives the full Skirt. 
Make as long as desirable. May 
be made of any suitable material; 
face the Front and turn back. 
The full Waist is given on page 
56, it consists of Front and Back. 
Gather the top to fit the neck. It 
may be made over a lining. 
Gather the bottom and finish with 
a soft belt. 

The Skirt is given on page 57 
Waist measure. 




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Draft by the 
Is in two pieces, Front and Back. 
Gather the center of Back from the notch. 

A very pretty finish for the bottom of Skirts is 
made by cutting bias velvet 1^ inches wide and 
making a heavy cord by twisting candle-wick 
loosely, covering it with the velvet. Sew it on the 
bottom and face the under side of the Skirt. 

Regulate the length of the Skirt by the tape 
measure. 





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LADIES' HOUSE GOWN. 



Use the scale corresponding 
with the bust measure to draft 
the entire waist, which consists of 
Front, Back, Side-Back, Collar 
and two sleeve portions. This 
gives the Princess effect. Cut 
the front double. Close invisibly 
on the left shoulder and under the 
arm. Finish the bottom with 
two ruffles of Moire silk. The 
sleeves are made of the same. 

The skirt is given on page 59. 
Draft by the waist measure. 
This is the Bell Front with a 
straight back breadth. Trim the 
bottom with a band of the Moire 
silk. Regulate the length by the 
tape measure. 




LADIES' HOUSE GOWN.— Continued. 



59 




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MIS8ES' STREET COSTUME. 





Use the scale corresponding with 
the Bust measure to draft the Jacket 
and Surplice Waist. The Jacket 
consists of Front, Back, Side-back, 
two Sleeves and three Collar por- 
tions. Lay two pleats in the back, 
join the notches and stars in putting 
the collar together, line with canvas. 

The Waist is given on page 62 — 
three pieces: Front, Back and Col- 
lar. The back is to be worn under 
the skirt. Gather the fronts at the 
shoulder to fit the back, lap the 
fronts and tie in the back. 

The skirt is drafted by the Waist 
measure. Trim to suit. 

Regulate the length to suit. 





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63 




Use the scale corresponding with 
Bust measure to draft the entire 
Waist, which consists of Upper and 
Under Fronts, Upper and Under 
Backs, Side-back and Under-arm- 
gore,Bretelle, Sleeve Ruffle and two 
Sleeve portions. Gather the upper 
front and back and join in with the 
under-arm-gore. Finish the bottom 
with a ruffle about four or six inches 
wide. The sleeve ruffle is cut 
double — this one is the under one — 
cut the upper one shorter. 

The Skirt is given on page 64. 
Draft by waist measure. Trim to 
suit. 

Regulate the length by the tape 
measure. 



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65 



Use the scale corresponding with the 
bust measure. Is in four pieces — front, 
back, side piece and band. 

Join back and side piece at the 
shoulders; sew in the front, and face all 
around. Any style of trimming may be 
used. Regulate the length by the tape 
measure. 




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66 




Use the scale corresponding 
with the bust measure to draft 
the Coat, Vest, Front and Under 
Waist. 

The coat consists of five 
pieces: Front, Back, Collar and 
two Sleeve portions. This is 
drafted and the different parts 
put together the same as all 
other garments. 

The under waist consists of 
one piece. Sew up the back 
seam, lap the fronts across each 
other and close with buttons and 
button holes. 

The vest consists of one piece. 
Close in front with buttons and 
button holes. 

The skirt is drafted by the 
scale corresponding with the 
waist measure. Lay the pleats 
according to the notches, press 
carefully and sew to the under 
waist. 

Regulate the length by the 
use of the tape measure. 



BOYS' STREET COSTUME. 

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Use the scale corresponding with the bust measure to draft the entire gar- 
ment. It is in four pieces — Front and Front Yoke, Back and Collar. This is 
a Mother Hubbard front and plain back. Use any plain sleeve given in this 
issue. Regulate the length by the use of the tape measure. 




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69 



Use scale corresponding with the bust measure. 
Is in two pieces: Front and Back. 





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70 



INFANTS' MOTHER HUBBARD DRESS. 




JlJU'I ^ n drafting this garment use the scale corresponding with the bust measure. 

i 

Is in four pieces: Front and Back Yoke, one-half of Skirt and Sleeve. 

This is drafted out upon the general plan of work. 

Gather the Skirt and sew to the Yoke; the Front and Back of the Skirt are 
cut alike. 

Make all allowances for the tucks. 

Regulate the length by the tape measure. 






LADIES' COSTUME. 



71 




Use the scale correspond- 
ing with the bust measure to 
draft the entire waist, which 
consists of front, back, side- 
back, collar and two sleeve 
portions. 

This is a plain, straight, 
round basque; it may be cut 
pointed or rounding, just to 
suit. The back seam may 
be left open to the waist line 
if desirable. 

The skirt is drafted by 
the waist measure. Lay 
the pleats according to the 
notches in the back — do not 
press the pleats, however. 
Trim the bottom with stitch- 
ing or braid. Regulate the 
length to suit. 



72 



LADIES' COSTUME.— Continued. 






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LADIES' PRINCESS GOWN 



73 




Use the scale corresponding with the 
Bust measure to draft the entire garment, 
which consists of Upper and Under Fronts 
and Shirring for Front, Back, Side-back, 
two Cuff portions, Sleeve Puff and two 
Sleeve portions for the lining. 

The Back gives the pointed train effect. 
Place the waist line on the straight of the 
goods. Shirr the portions given for that 
purpose and join in the under-arm dart. 
Fasten at the waist and just over the bust 
with jeweled embroidery, also trim the 
deep sleeve cuffs with the same. Finish 
the inside of the cuff with fancy buttons. 
■Gather the puff at the top and bottom and 
fasten to the lining. Finish the bottom 
with a band and let the cuffs come over it. 
Fit the cuff very closely at the wrist. 

This sleeve is suitable for almost any 
garment except an outside wrap. 

Regulate the length by the tape measure. 




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74 



LADIES' PKINCESS GOWN— Continued. 




491 



LADIES' PRINCESS GOWN.— Continued. 



75 




Cut Double 





76 



CHILD'S DRAWERS. 



Use scale corresponding with waist measure. Is in two pieces; one-half of Drawers and one-half of 
Waist Band. No allowance is made for the tucks. 




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For a lady of medium size use scale 32. This is drafted as all other garments. The dotted lines 
across the top are to represent stitching or cording. Interline the same with two or more thicknesses; 
gather the back part and join to the front, connecting the notches, shirr the back part, insert a tape and 
draw back to suit the wearer. Any style of trimming may be used. This can be cut longer or shorter 
to suit. 



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21 8 4 




LADIES' PRINCESS GOWN. 



77 




Use the scale corresponding with the bust 
measure to draft the entire garment, which 
consists of Right, Left and Under, Right 
Front, Back, Side-Back, Collar and two Sleeve 
portions. This is drafted the same as all other 
garments. Lay the pleats in the back accord- 
ing to the notches, forming two double box pleats. Gather the right front at the shoulder to fit under front. Lay two pleats on line 
beginning at 19% on base-line, fasten on left side with a hook and loop. Lay two upward turning pleats on right side. Trim to suit. 
The Skirt is given on page 79. Draft by the waist measure. Any other full skirt may be used. Make the over dress and skirt the 
same length. 



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LADIES' PRINCESS GOWN— Continued. 



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LADIES' PRINCESS GOWN— Continued. 



79 




80 



LADIES' COSTUME. 




Use the scale corresponding with 
the bust measure to draft the entire 
waist and sleeves, which consist of 
Front, Back, Side-Back, Under-arm- 
gore, Collar, Bretelle and three Sleeve 
portions. This basque gives the point- 
ed effect both back and front. Put 
the parts together as usual. Whale- 
bone every seam. Line the bretelle 
with soft silk. Gather all around 
and sew to waist, forming a point 
both front and back. Gather the 
balloon sleeve all around the top. 

The Front of the skirt is given on 
page 81. The two Side-gores and 
Back are given on page 82. Draft 
by the waist measure. Trim to suit. 

Regulate the length by the tape 
measure. 





LADIES' COSTUME— Continued. 



81 




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83 




84 



MISSES' COSTUME. 





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Use the scale corresponding with the bust measure 
to draft the entire waist and sleeves, which consist of 
two Fronts, two Backs, Collar and three Sleeve por- 
tions. Cut the front double and close in the back. 
Gather the upper portions at the shoulders and waist 
line. The upper portions and skirt may be made 
separate and worn with various waists. Gather the 
puff for the sleeve, and sew on the dotted line, or 
higher up if a deeper cuff is desired. The Skirt is 
given on page 85. Draft by the waist measure. 

Regulate the length by the tape measure. 



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86 



CHILD'S COSTUME. 




Use the scale corresponding 
with the bust measure to draft 
the entire waist and sleeves. 
The gimp is in six pieces, 
Front, Back, gathered Yoke 
and three Sleeve portions. 
Gather the yoke all around 
and sew to the waist at neck 
and dotted line. Shirr at waist 
line and insert elastic. 

The Over Dress Waist con- 
sists of Front and Back. Finish 
the top with a deep ruffle. 
Make it narrow at center of 
Front and Back. 

The skirt is given on page 
87. Draft by the waist meas- 
ure. Gather at top and sew to 
waist. Trim to suit. 




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MISSES' EVENING GOWN. 




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Use the scale corre 
sponding with the bust »h 
measure to draft the entire 
garment, which consists 
of Front and Back for the 
under waist, and Front 
and Back for the over- 
dress. Gather the upper £h 
portion at the top to fit 
the neck. It may be 
gathered at the waist also 
if desired. Finish the neck 
with a lace bertha, put 
the same lace in the arm- 
holes. Drape it up to the 
shoulder, make it very- 
full. A ribbon belt with 



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loops and long ends 
finishes the waist. Trim 
the Skirt with ribbon 
bows and bands. Use 
any light weight material. 
Regulate the length by 
the tape measure. 




LADIES' COSTUME. 



89 






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Use the scale corresponding 
with the bust measure to draft 
the entire Waist, which consists 
of Front and Back, two Sleeve 
portions, Puff and Ruffle for the 
top of sleeve. This is a blouse 
Waist, may be worn under the 
skirt or over, just to suit. 

The front is gathered at the 
shoulder to fit the back, gather 
the back at the neck. Gather or 
pleat at the waist between the 
notches, finish with a soft belt, 
close invisibly. Gather the Puff 
and sew to the dotted line on the 
sleeve portions. Line the Ruffle 
with silk and sew in with the 
sleeve. The seamless Waist is 
given for the lining. 

The Skirt is given on page 91. 
Draft by the Waist measure. Is 
in three pieces, Front, Back and 
Side-ffore. Gather the Back at 
the top. Trim the bottom with 
folds or any trimming desirable. 

Regulate the length by the 
tape measure. 





90 



LADIES' COSTUME— Continued. 



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91 




ONE HALF 
BACK BREADTH 







92 



BOYS' SUIT. 




Use the scale corresponding 
with the breast measure to 
draft Waist and Jacket. The 
Jacket is in five pieces, Front, 
Back, Collar and two Sleeve 
portions. The Waist is in two 
pieces, Front and Back. Use 
any sleeve given . 

The skirt is drafted by the 
waist measure. Lay the side 
pleats according to the notches. 
Regulate the length to suit. 




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93 







Use the scale correspond- 
ing with the Bust measure 
to draft the entire garment, 
which consists of Front, 
Back, Side-back, Collar and 
two Sleeve portions. The 
back may remain open from 
the line below the waist 
line, or lapped over. Press 
but do not tack down. Lay 
side pleats on the top of 
the sleeve according to the 
notches. 

Regulate the length by 
the tape measure. 



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MISSES' STREET COSTUME. 



95 











Use the scale corresponding with 
the Bust measure to draft the entire 
waist, which consists of Front and 
Back of Yoke, and gathered portions 
for Front and Back, Collar, Ruffle and 
two Sleeve portions. Gather the lower 
portion for the waist and sew to the 
yoke. The ruffle may be lined with 
silk and sewed in the same seam 
Close down the front invisibly. Gather 
the sleeves to fit the arm's eye. 

The Skirt is given on page 97. Is 
in three pieces, Front, Back and Side- 
gore. Gather the top to fit the waist. 
Trim to suit. 

Regulate the length by the tape 
measure. 




96 



MISSES' STREET COSTUME— Continued. 




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98 



MISSES' PRINCESS DRESS. 




Use the scale corresponding with 
the bust measure to draft the entire 
garment, which consists of Shirring 
for Front and the lining, Front, 
Back, Rolling Collar, Sleeve Ruffle 
and two Sleeve portions. Draft 
same as all other garments. Shirr 
the front at the neck and on the 
dotted lines marked; sew to the 
lining. Turn down the side front 
and fasten to the shirred front. 
Close on the left side with hooks 
and eyes. Lay pleats in the center 
of back according to notches. Dine 
the ruffle for the sleeve. Gather 
the top and sew in with the sleeve. 

Regulate the length of the entire 
dress by the tape measure. 






MISSES' PRINCESS DRESS— Continued. 



99 



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FOR FRONT. 

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100 



CHILD'S WRAP. 




Use the scale correspond- 
ing with the bust measure 
to draft the entire garment, 
which consists of Front, 
Back, Collar, Cape, two 
Sleeves and Skirt. Gather 
or pleat the skirt and sew to 
the waist ; trim the cape 
with fur or braid. 

Regulate the length by 
the tape measure. 




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MISSES' WKAPPER. 



101 




Use the scale corres- 
ponding with the Bust 
measure to draft the en- 
tire garment, which con- 
sists of upper and under 
Fronts, upper and under 
Backs, Side-back and three 
Sleeve port io n s. This 
wrapper is suitable for a 
Miss or a Lady. Cut the 
upper portions out at the 
neck. (See diagrams.) 
Gather and sew to the un- 
der front and back. If de- 
sirable the Front may be 
shirred at the Waist line, 
same as the Back. Gather 
the upper Sleeve and sew 
to the lining. 

Regulate the length of 
the Skirt by the tape 
measure. 





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52 3 A 



102 



MISSES' .^WRAPPER— Continued. 








CHILD'S STREET COSTUME. 



103 




Use the scale corresponding 
with the bust measure to draft 
the entire garment, which con- 
sists of two yoke portions, collar, 
and two skirt portions. Lay box 
pleats in back and front according 
to the notches, and sew to the 
yoke. Trim the pleats with 
braiding. 

Regulate the length of the 
skirt by the tape measure. 



No. 4 K X 



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29| 
30 



104 



CHILD'S STREET COSTUME. —Continued. 



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7 X/ s 
7 V* 



MISSES' COSTUME. 





Use the scale corresponding with the bust measure 
to draft the entire waist and sleeves, which consists of two 
fronts, two backs, and ruffle for over the shoulder. Make 
of any suitable material. Finish with briar stitching or 
any other decoration. Use any sleeves given. 

Draft the skirt by the waist measure. Trim to suit. 
Regulate the length by the tape measure. 



MISSES' COSTUME— Continued. 



105 



20 



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47 x /4 
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106 



BOYS' SACK COAT. 






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BOYS' SUIT. 

Use the scale corresponding 
with the bust measure to draft 
the Coat and Waist. The Coat 
consists of Front, Back, Collar 
and two Sleeve portions; this 
is a double-breasted Sack Coat. ^ 

The Waist is given on page 
107; is in five pieces: Front, 
Back, Sleeves, Belt and Cuff. 
Lay the pleats according to the 
notches. 

Draft the Kilt Skirt by the 
waist measure. Lay the pleats 
according to the notches. 

Regulate the length by the 
tape measure. 



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BOYS' PLEATED WAIST AND KILT SKIRT. 



107 



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108 



LADIES' CAPES. 



Use the scale cor- 
responding with the 
bust measure to draft 
both garments. The 
first one, No. H 14, 
is a circular cape; 
line the garment with 
silk or any suitable 
material. The sec- 
ond one, No. H 16, 
consists of four 
pieces: Front, Back, 
Sleeve and Collar. 

Join the different 
parts as they are 
-marked, connecting 
the stars and rings 
lay the pleats in the 
sleeve according to 
the notches; press 
carefully but do not 
tack down. Make 
of any suitable ma- 
terial. Regulate the 
length to suit. 



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LADIES' COSTUME. 



109 







Use the scale corresponding with the Bust 
measure to draft the entire basque, which con- 
sists of Front, Back, Side-back, Under-arm- 
gore and three Sleeve portions. This is sim- 
ply a plain pointed waist, front and back. The 
sleeve is pleated in a double box pleat and 
sewed in the shoulder seam and arms-eye. 
The effect is very pretty. It may be draped 
if desired. The skirt is given on page in. 
Draft by waist measure. The front is laid in 
three box pleats, one down the center and one 
on each side. Interline the front with crino- 
line. Gather the back two or three times very 
coarsely and sew to band. 

Regulate length by tape measure. 




110 



LADIES' COSTUME— Continued. 



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LADIES' COSTUME— Continued. 



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112 



LADIES' COSTUME. 



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Use the scale corresponding with 
the bust measure to draft the entire 
Waist, which consists of Seamless 
Waist, Revere, Ruffle for bottom of 
Waist, Back Collar and Standing 
Collar, Ruffle for top of Sleeve, and 
three Sleeve portions. Put the dif- 
ferent parts together in the usual 
way. 

The Skirt is given on page 114. 
Draft by the waist measure; it con- 
sists of the Skirt and Pleated Panel. 
Lay three side pleats in the panel: 
cut the skirt open on one or both 
sides and insert the panel. 

Regulate the length by the tape 
measure. 



LADIES' COSTUME— Continued. 



113 



11 9 




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114 



LADIES' COSTUME— Continued. 







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LADIES' STREET COSTUME. 



115 











05 05 
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Use the scale corresponding with the bust 
measure to draft the entire waist and sleeves, 
which consist of Front, Back, Side-Back, 
Vest, Rolling Collar and Underwaist. 
This may be made up in a Jacket just for 
the street, or a Bodice for the house and street. Sew the 
vest in the under-arm dart and shoulder seam, close down 
the front invisibly with hooks and eyes. If this is intended 
for a street Jacket, make the waist from the diagram given 
on page 116; there being only the under-arm-seams, cut 
the back double. Be very careful where you lengthen the 
waist lines. To lengthen the back, lower the two bottom 
figures, 27 and 27^; and to lengthen the front, lengthen 
on the top line, 12^, and the third cross line, 17, making 
the same changes on these cross lines you have made on the 
two bottom lines. The Skirt is also given on page 116. 
Draft by the waist measure. Gather the front. Lay two 
pleats in the back. Trim to suit. 

Regulate the length by the tape measure. 




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LADIES' STREET COSTUME— Continued. 





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BOYS' COSTUME. 



117 




Use the scale corresponding with the chest 
measure to draft the entire waist, which con- 
sists of two Fronts, two Backs, Belt, Cuff and 
Sleeve. 

This is a Russian Blouse. Gather the upper 
back at the neck and waist line, also the left 
front; fasten down the right side; make the 
belt of the same material as the trimming. 

The pants are drafted by the hip measure. 
Make the leg as wide as desirable; hem the 
bottoms and insert a rubber cord. Regulate 
the length to suit. 




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118 



BOYS' COSTUME— Continued. 



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BOYS' SUIT. 



119 




120 



BO^S' SUIT— Continued. 






CHILD'S APRONS. 



Use scale corresponding with the 
bust measure. 

It is in two pieces: One-half of 
Front and Tie. Ribbon can be used 
for the ties, if preferred. 

Regulate the length by the tape 
measure. 



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LADIES' STREET COSTUME. 



121 




Use the scale corresponding with the 
bust measure to draft the entire gar- 
ment, which consists of Front, Back, 
Side-back and Collar. This Front may 
be made up plain or pleated. If made 
plain, draft the pattern out just as it is 
here. Lay the pleats on the paper, 
pin them in place, which will give a 
plain front; lay the pattern on the 
cloth and cut it out. But if the pleated 
garment is wanted, do not lay the pleats 
in the pattern but in the cloth. The 
diagrams for the Cape are given on 
page 122. Draft by the bust measure; 
it consists of one-half of Cape, Collar 
and Sleeve Pad. Baste up the shoul- 
der seam, gather in the extra fullness, 
gather the sleeve pad and sew in the 
top of the sleeve. Regulate the 
length to suit. 



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122 



LADIES' CAPE. 




GENTLEMEN'S SUIT. 



123 




GENTLEMEN'S SUIT. 

To draft the Coat, use the scale corre- 
sponding with the chest measure taken 
moderately tight over the Vest. The 
Coat consists of Front and Skirt, Back, 
Side-Back, Collar and two Sleeves por- 
tions. Sew the Skirt to the front and 
side-back. 

The Vest is given on page 125. Use 
scale corresponding with chest measure 
taken moderately tight under the Vest, 
which is in two pieces, Front and Back . 

The Pants are given on page 125. 
Draft by scale corresponding with hip 
measure. Regulate the length by the 
tape measure. 

The Overcoat is given on page 126. 
Use the scale corresponding with the 
chest measure taken over the Coat and 
Vest. It consists of Front, Back, Collar 
and two Sleeve portions. 




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GENTLEMEN'S SUIT— Continued. 



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GENTLEMEN'S SUIT— Continued. 



125 




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193/4 





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OVERCOAT 
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OVERCOAT 
SLEEVE. 



No. E 13. 



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201/2 

211/2. 





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LADIES' STREET COSTUME. 



127 




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Use the scale corresponding with the 
Bust measure to draft the Waist and 
Jacket. The Jacket is given on page 
127. It is in two pieces: Front and Back. 

The Waist is given on page 128, is in 
six pieces: Two Upper Fronts, Under 
Front, Back, Side-Back and Under- Arm- 
Gore. 

The Right Front is gathered at the 
bottom between the notches, close on the 
left side with buttons or hooks. 

The cuff is given on page 127, the. 
Sleeve, Collar and Skirt on page 129. 

Draft the Skirt by the waist measure, 
take up the darts (or gather across the 
front), just to suit the wearer, lay the 
pleats in the back according to the 
notches, cut on the straight of the goods 
in front. Regulate the length by the 
tape measure. 



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128 



LADIES' STREET COSTUME— Continued. 




LADIES' STREET COSTUME— Continued. 



129 




7% « 



26/8 





130 



STOUT LADIES' COSTUME. 




Use scale corresponding with the bust measure to draft the 
polonaise, which consists of seven pieces: Front, Back, Side- 
Back, Collar, Pocket Lap and two Sleeve portions. 

This is drafted the same as all others, but should not be used 
for a form smaller than a 36 bust. Lay the pleats in the back 
according to the notches. The under-arm seams may remain 
open from the first line below the waist line down to the bottom. 
Make the polonaise as long as the dress skirt. 

Any style of trimming may be used to relieve the plainness 
in front; for instance, do not button it all the way up to the neck, 
but turn it back at the neck and face with velvet to form lapels; 
fit the lining to the neck, however, and fill in lace or soft silk. 

The diagrams for the skirt are given on page 132; it consists 
of three pieces: Front, Side-Gore and one-half of Back breadth. 
Use the scale corresponding with the waist measure. Any style 
of trimming may be used. Regulate the length by the tape 




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STOUT LADIES' COSTUME— Continued. 



131 




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132 



STOUT LADIES' COSTUME— Continued. 



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GENTLEMEN'S DOUBLE BREASTED SACK COAT. 



133 



Draft by the scale corresponding 
with the Breast measure, taken over 
the vest. It consists of five pieces, 
Front, Back, Collar and two Sleeve 
portions. Draft the same as all 
other garments. 

Regulate the length to suit. 




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27 8 4 




134 



STOUT LADIES' PRINCESS DRESS. 




42% 

43% 



Use the scale corresponding with 
the Bust measure to draft the entire 
garment, which consists of Front, 
Back, Side-back, two Under-arm- 
gores, Collar and two sleeve portions. 
Draft the same as all other garments. 
Lay the pleats in the back, join the 
under-arm gores according to the 
stars. The ruffle over the shoulders 
may be carried to a sharp point in 
the back same as the front, or it may 
be straight across the back, or may 
be sewed in with the sleeve. Close 
in front with hooks and eyes. Any 
style of trimming may be used. 

Regulate the length by the tape 
measure. 




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STOUT LADIES' PRINCESS— Continued. 



135 








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136 



CHILD'S STREET COSTUME. 




Use the scale corresponding 
with the bust measure to draft 
the entire Waist and Sleeves, 
which consists of two Fronts, 
Back, Side-Back, Ruffle for 
the neck, Cuff and Sleeves. 
Gather the upper front be- 
tween the notches and baste to 
the under front; close in the 
back; the cape or ruffle may 
remain open in the front and 
back also; line with thin silk or 
simply hem the edges and trim 
with braid. The skirt is drafted 
by the waist measure; cut the 
front double to avoid a seam 
down the center of the front. 
Trim with braid or velvet. 
Regulate the length by the 
tape measure. 






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CHILD'S STREET COSTUME— Continued. 



137 



7% G 




138 



LADIES' STREET COSTUME. 




Use the scale corresponding with the 
bust measure to draft the entire waist, 
which consists of two Fronts and Full 
Front piece, Back, three Cape portions 
and three Sleeve portions. The upper 
front is turned back on the dotted line for 
a revere, gather the full front portion and 
fasten to the under front; cut the capes 
as represented, allowing u them to come to 
the dotted line on the upper front; line 
with thin silk or simply hem, and trim to 
suit. Do not use any stiff lining, they are 
to hang in graceful waves. Gather the 
puff for the sleeve and sew to the sleeve. 
Use any skirt given. Trim to suit. 



FULL 
FRONT 



No. 10FX5 




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17| 



LADIES' STREET COSTUME— Continued. 



139. 




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140 



LADIES' STREET COSTUME. 




Use the scale corresponding with 
the Bust measure to draft the entire 
garment, which consists of two Fronts 
and Back, for the waist; Front, Back, 
Collar and two Ruffles, for the Jacket; 
and two pieces for the Skirt. 

The Waist is given on page 140. 
The one with a hem marked down the 
front is the under, or lining portion. 
The one that is marked " cut double " 
is the upper portion. Close on the 
shoulder and under the arm, gather 
the extra fullness at the bottom of the 
waist. The Jacket is given on page 141. 
Make it as long as the waist. Trim to 
suit. The Skirt portions are given on 
page 142. Draft by Bust measure. 
Take up the darts. The corsage may 
be shaped to suit the wearer. Use any 
full sleeve given, and shirr in the mid- 
dle. Regulate the length to suit. 




LADIES' STREET COSTUME— Continued. 



141 




UNDER hi 
RUFFLE 

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LADIES' RIDING HABIT. 



143 










Use the scale corresponding with the 
bust measure to draft the Waist and 
Sleeves, which consist of Front, Back, 
Side-Back, Under-arm-gore, and two 
Sleeve portions. This is made the same 
as all other garments. Finish with ma- 
chine stitching. Close in front with buttons 
and buttonholes. 

The Skirt is given on pages 144 and 
145. Draft by the waist measure. Take 
up the darts as represented, join the seams 
according to stars and notches. 

Regulate the length by the tape 
measure. 




144 



LADIES' KIDING HABIT— Continued. 




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LADIES' RIDING HABIT— Continued. 



145 




146 



YOUNG MISSES' DRESS. 




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Use the scale corre- 
sponding with the bust 
measure to draft the en- 
tire waist and sleeves, 
which consists of two 
fronts, back, trimming 
for the bottom of" the 
waist, two sleeve por- 
tions and puff for the 
sleeve. Lay the pleats 
on the upper front ac- 
cording to the notches, 
and sew to the under 
front. The skirt 
simply a straight piece 

of goods laid in double box pleats. Regulate 
the length by the tape measure. 



YOUNG MISSES' DRESS— Continued. 



147 



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for Front and Yoke, pleated Back and Sleeve. Lay six pleats in the back, turning toward center of back, 
three on each side. Press and stitch once or twice at waist. Gather the front and sew to the yoke; 
gather the Sleeve at the top and bottom. Regulate the length by the tape measure. 



148 



LADIES' COSTUME. 




Use the scale corresponding with 
bust measure to draft the entire 
Waist and Sleeves, which consist of 
Front. Back, Rolling Collar and 
three Sleeve portions. 

This is a Serpentine Waist. The 
fronts lap across each other and tie 
in the back. Bring the skirt up 
over the back piece; gather the 
shoulder to fit the back. 

The Skirt is drafted by the waist 
measure. Is in three pieces: Front, 
Back and Side-Gore. Gather the 
top all around, but bring most of the 
fullness in the center of the back, 
taking very large stitches in the 
back. Trim with braid or velvet. 
Regulate the length to suit. 



LADIES' COSTUME— Continued. 



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151 




Draft the Waist, Jacket and Sleeves 
by the scale corresponding with the 
Bust measure. The waist is in two 
pieces, Front and Back. Gather at the 
neck and waist. Any other waist may 
be used. 

If the Jacket is made of heavy cloth, 
take loose measure. It consists of 
Front, Back, Side-back, Under-arm- 
gore, two Sleeve portions and Collar. 
This gives the new flaring effect in the 
skirt. This may be made of any suit- 
able material. 

The Skirt is given on page 153. 
Draft by Waist measure; if pleats are 
desired, make allowance in the center 
of back. Trim to suit. Regulate the 
length by the tape measure. 





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LADIES' KITCHEN APRON. 




Use scale corresponding with bust measure. 

Is in six pieces: Front, Back, Shoulder Strap, 
Belt, Pocket and Strap. 

The binding should be held tight, to prevent 
enlarging the neck. 

^ in. seams allowed. 

Regulate the length by the tape line. 




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LADIES' COSTUME. 



155 




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Sleeves by the scale corre- 
sponding with the Bust 
measure. 

This is a Russian Blouse. 
Gather the neck to fit the 
collar. The waist is also 
gathered. Close the front 
on the left side. Hem the 
bottom. 

Use any skirt. Regulate 
the length to suit. Any 
style of trimming may be 
used. 




156 



LADIES' COSTUME— Continued. 






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LADIES' MOURNING COSTUME. 



157 




LADIES' 
MOUMNING COSTUME. 

Use the scale corresponding with 
the bust measure to draft the entire 
waist, which consists of two Fronts, 
Back, Side-back, Under-arm-gore, Col- 
lar and four Sleeve portions. This 
is drafted the same as all other gar- 
ments. Face the rolling collar with 
crape. Use any skirt given. Face 
up the bottom with crape. These 
dresses are always made very long, 
front and back, touching the floor all 

around. Regulate the length with. the 
tape measure. 




158 



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and sew to the belt. This may be made to open in the back for a miss, or in front for a lady. If it is 
made to open in front take the hem off the back and cut the goods double, and allow the hem in front 
ij£ space hem. Gather the sleeves at the top between the notches. 

Draft the Bell skirt with the waist measure; lay the pleats according to the notches; trim the bottom to 
suit. Regulate the length by the tape measure. 



160 



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the Waist and Sleeves, which 
consists of Front, Back, Collar, 
Cuff, Belt and Sleeve. Lay the 
pleats on the waist according 
to the notches; stitch them on 
the machine. Draft the skirt 
by the waist measure; lay the 
pleats according to the notches; 
press but do not tack down. 
Regulate the length to suit. 




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GENTLEMEN'S DRESSING GOWN. 




Use scale correspond- 
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ure. Is in eight pieces: 
Front, Back, Collar, two 
Pocket Laps and two 
Sleeve portions. Is draft- 
ed upon the general plan. 
Regulate the length by 
the use of the tape meas- 
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CHILD'S COMBINATION UNDERGARMENT. 



163 




Use scale corresponding with the bust measure. 

Is in three pieces: Front, Back and Sleeve. 

Is drafted out upon the general plan of work. 

Follow the arrows closely. 

No allowance is made for the tucks. 

Regulate the length by the use of the tape measure. 




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GENTLEMEN'S NIGHT SHIRT. 



165 




Use the scale corresponding with the chest measure. 

Is in five pieces : Front, Back, Collar, Pocket and one- 
half of Sleeve. 

We deem it unnecessary to give a description of the 
different parts, as any seamstress will know how to put them 
together. The seams are all marked. 

The front is cut open down to the notch at 15 on base 
line. 

The Sleeve and Cuff are cut together. Gather the 
Sleeve at the top. 

Regulate the length with the tape line. 




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LADIES' COMBINATION UNDERGARMENT. 



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Use scale corresponding with bust measure. 
Is in three pieces: Front, Back and Sleeve. 
Is drafted out upon the general plan of work. 
Follow the arrows closely. 
No allowance is made for the tucks. 
Regulate the length by the use of the tape 
measure. 





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168 



BOYS' SUIT. 




Use scale corresponding with the chest measure. 

Is in nine pieces: Front, Back, Collar, Belt and 
two Sleeve portions, and the two portions for the 
Knee Pants, and Waist Band. 

Is drafted on the general plan of work. 

Each plait is marked on the draft. 

Follow the arrows closely. 

THE PANTS 

Are drafted by the scale corresponding with the 
hip measure. 

Regulate the length by the use of the tape 
measure. 





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MEN'S OVERALLS, WITH APRON. 




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Use scale corresponding with waist measure. 

Is in two pieces: One-half of Overalls and Strap. 

Regulate the length by the use of the tape line. 




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BOYS' OVERCOAT. 



171 




Use scale corresponding with bust measure. 
Is in seven pieces: Front, Back, Collar, two 
Pocket Laps and two Sleeve portions. 

Is drafted upon the general plan of the work. 
Regulate the length by the tape measure. 




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173 





Use scale corresponding with the 
chest measure. Take the measure 
over the coat moderately tight. Take 
sleeve measure from center of back to 
knuckle joint. Deduct the seams. 

This consists of five pieces: Front, 
Back, Collar and two Sleeve portions. 

The seams are all ^-inch seams. 

Regulate the length by the tape 
measure. 




174 



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Take the measure directly over the hip to ascertain 
the number of scale to use. .It consists of five pieces: 
Front, Back, Fly, Strap and Band. Regulate the length 
by the tape measure. 



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Use the scale corresponding with the chest 
measure to draft the entire waist, which consists 
of five pieces: Front, Back, Waist Band, Cuff 
and Sleeve. 

Gather the waist at the bottom and sew to 
the band; gather the sleeves at the bottom and 
sew to the cuff; gather at the top between 
notches and sew in arms eye. 

The pants are drafted by the scale corre- 
sponding with the hip measure; is in three pieces, 
Front, Back and Waistband. 

Regulate the length to suit. 





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A Magazine published for the especial benefit of those who use 

THE DIAMOND G GARMENT GUTTER, 

And others interested in keeping well up in the latest styles. 
It embraces all the latest styles, with drafts showing how to cut 
and instructions in making up the same. 

SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $1 .50 PER YEAR. SINGLE COPY, 40 CENTS. 
PAID IN ADVANCE. 



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A Magazine published for the especial benefit of those who use 

THE DIAMOND G GARMENT GUTTER, 

And others interested in keeping well up in the latest styles. 
It embraces all the latest styles, with drafts showing how to cut 
and instructions in making up the same. 

SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $1.50 PER YEAR. SINGLE COPY, 40 CENTS. 
PAID IN ADVANCE. 



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