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

Fancy brims,   pp. 125-127 PDF (603.9 KB)


Page 126

 
MILLINERY 
diagonally; diagonally to cross (Diag. XI.); 
lengthway, with an over pattern wrought with 
gathered ribbon, or silk or velvet frilled over 
a cord (i) in circles (Diag. XII.), in spirals 
(Diag. XIII.). 
   Whipped and drawn (i) on the under side of 
 material, so as to form puffs lengthway, width- 
 way, diagonally (Diag. XIV.); (2) on the top 
 side to form petal edge (Diag. XV.); on the 
 top side to form row after row of petals length- 
 way (Diag. XV. A), widthway, diagonally. 
 Tucked and drawn (i) lengthway (Diag. 
 XVI.), widthway, diagonally; (2) with cord 
 (Diag. XVII.), or cords (Diag. XVII. A). 
 Honeycombed (i) in sections widthway (Diag. 
 XVIII.), lengthway, and entire brim. 
 Draped, to form (i) rucks (Diag. XIX.); 
 (2) folds; (3) folds gathered at intervals (Diag. 
 XX.). 
 By sewing on crossway folds (i) in rows 
 lengthway, widthway, diagonally; (2) as cres- 
 cents (Diag. XXI.) and as diamonds over folds, 
 put on lengthway. 
 Ruched, by (i) pleating, and sewing on length- 
 way, widthway, diagonally, diagonally to cross. 
 Ruched, by (2) gathering as the Romney 
 ruche, and  arranging lengthway, widthway, 
diagonally. 
  By quilling, and sewing on the quilling length- 
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