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

Fancy edges,   p. 125 PDF (209.6 KB)


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FANCY EDGES 
              FANCY EDGES 
  The edges of felt, cloth, or velvet shapes 
can be (i) lightly whipped over with arosene, 
tinsel thread, threaded fine beads, or ribbon 
(as Diag. IX.); (2) buttonholed over with twist; 
(3) with chenille worked backwards and for- 
wards; (4) with beads sewn on singly, or in a 
design; (5) with narrow frilled lace singly, or in 
two or more rows; (6) with narrow ribbon drawn 
through tiny buckles, crescents, or rings; (7) 
with fur and lace motifs; (8) with pipings, full, 
and plain; (9) with knotted lengths in chiffon, 
chenille, cord, and tulle; (Io) with twisted 
lengths in the same materials as knotted; (i i) 
with plaited lengths in the same materials as 
knotted and twisted; (12) by all the modes 
described in Manual; (03) by tucking a cross- 
way width, widthway at cut edges, and leaving 
the centre to fit like a plain bind; (14) by 
forming petals and sewing on in a line (Diag. 
XV. A). 
              FANCY BRIMS 
     A few methods of making and arranging. 
  Gathered and drawn (i) as a casing, length- 
way, then pulled between diagonally (Diag. X.); 
widthway, then pulled between diagonally; 
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