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

Supplement. Hints to teachers,   pp. 121-123 PDF (632.5 KB)


Page 121

 
SUPPLEMENT 
         HINTS TO TEACHERS 
 THOUGH the general basis on which the super- 
 structure of Millinery rests remains, amid all 
 changes, comparatively unchanged, and    no 
 further word on the elemental part is necessary, 
 the constant change of arrangement, of the 
 blendings of material, and of the blendings of 
 colour, that create confusion and dismay in the 
 minds of the inexperienced worker, are suffi- 
 cient excuse for the inclusion of the matter 
 treated in the Supplement. 
   To keep up to date. What expenditure of 
time! What labour it entails! What a con- 
stant amount of instruction it necessitates! 
This is the cry of the young milliner and the 
teacher alike. Viewed 'from the standpoint of 
limited knowledge, the mastery of -the art 
under ever-changing conditions is undoubtedly 
a formidable matter to achieve. 
  Is it really so? The experienced milliner 
would answer in the negative. 
                     121 


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