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

Pattern-taking,   pp. 18-20 PDF (648.7 KB)


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             PATTERN-TAKING                 19 
cut away. This process is repeated till the 
entire pattern is obtained, when the pieces are 
carefully pinned together, placed on a second 
sheet of paper, and the pattern cut-if the 
shape be flat-brimmed-in one piece from it. 
  Interlining. -Before sewing on the velvet 
or silk lining the brim is always covered with 
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a piece of muslin cut to the shape of pattern 
taken; this is to prevent any roughness or in- 
equality of straw pressing against the shaped 
lining and causing an unsightly appearance when 
finished. If, however, the interlining be put on 
badly, or not made to fit perfectly, the result 
will be as bad as if not worse than it would have 
been without it. In cutting the shaped lining 
that side of paper pattern which was against 
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