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The art of millinery: a complete series of practical lessons for the artiste and the amateur

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Ben Yûsuf, Anna
The art of millinery: a complete series of practical lessons for the artiste and the amateur
New York, New York: The Millinery Trade Publishing Co., 1909
256 p. illus. 20 cm.

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[Cover] The art of millinery. Practical lessons for the artiste & the amateur

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[Title page] The art of millinery. A complete series of practical lessons for the artiste and the amateur, p. [1]

Contents, p. 2

Preface, Farmer, Charles W. pp. 3-4

Introduction, pp. 5-6

Lesson I: Drafting and making buckram frames, pp. 7-24

Lesson II: Making wire frames, pp. 25-38

Lesson III: Covering of frames, pp. 39-52

Lesson IV: Cutting materials, making binds and folds, pp. 53-61

Lesson V: Shirrings and folds, pp. 62-82

Lesson VI: Sewing straw hats, pp. 83-95

Lesson VII: Children's millinery, pp. 96-113

Lesson VIII: Mourning millinery, pp. 114-139

Lesson IX: Plaitings, ruches, lace trimmings, pp. 140-150

Lesson X: Simple bow making, pp. 151-165

Lesson XI: Draping, pp. 166-176

Lesson XII: Trimming, pp. 177-192

Lesson XIII: The making of ribbon and silk flowers, pp. 193-213

Lesson XIV: Taking stock. Careful packing away. Renovating materials, pp. 214-225

Lesson XV: Starting a millinery business, pp. 226-235

Lesson XVI: The designer in the workroom, pp. 236-240

Lesson XVII: Making and use of bandeaux, pp. 241-247

Glossary of millinery and dry goods terms, pp. 248-256 ff.

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