University of Wisconsin Digital Collections
Link to University of Wisconsin Digital Collections
Link to University of Wisconsin Digital Collections
The Human Ecology Collection

Page View

Hill, Clare, fl. 1900 / Millinery: theoretical and practical
(1909)

Velvet trimmings,   pp. 12-14 PDF (636.8 KB)


Page 12

 
MILLINERY 
at centre, and a flat or ribbon wire sewn on 
at folded edges; this is joined into a round 
and covered with a crossway piece of velvet, 
pulled bver, and slip-stitched (Fig. 4, left side 
Diag. XLIII.). 
   Bandeau for 'Tilting' Hat at side.-The 
 bandeau used for 'tilting' hat at side is made 
 in buckram, and is generally straight at top 
 edge and sloped from J in. at ends to I in. 
 or more at centre of bottom edge. The wrap 
 or join of fine wire is always put at straight 
 or top edge. 
   Bandeau for back of Hat.-When required 
 for tilting the back of a hat the bandeau is 
 shaped to leave small ears on either side and 
 covered with two pieces shaped as the bandeau 
 and slip-stitched together at the edges, or as 
 Diag. III., Fig i, when the cache-peigne would 
 cover the stitches. 
   Bandeaux for Light Hats, as those made of 
Chiffon.-When bandeaux are required for hats 
composed of light material, as tulle or chiffon, 
they are invariably made of stiff net, and instead 
of being covered with velvet the wire is simply 
bound with sarcenet ribbon. 
          VELVET TRIMMINGS 
  Velvet Folds.-French folds are made with 
crossway widths, and must be on the exact 
12 


Go up to Top of Page