Patterns of Fashion 2 Englishwomen's Dresses & Their Construction C. 1860-1940

Patterns of Fashion Englishwomen s Dresses Their Construction C Dresses and their construction from to Includes line drawings reproductions of historic magazines and books descriptions of the fabrics used to make the chosen garments and finally patter

  • Title: Patterns of Fashion 2 Englishwomen's Dresses & Their Construction C. 1860-1940
  • Author: Janet Arnold
  • ISBN: 9780896760271
  • Page: 461
  • Format: Paperback
  • Dresses and their construction from 1860 to 1940.Includes line drawings, reproductions of historic magazines and books, descriptions of the fabrics used to make the chosen garments and, finally patterns to make the garments that have been updated to fit the modern silhouette.

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    • The amount of detail Arnold is able to get into a line drawing is astounding. 1/8 scale patterns and line drawings of dresses from the Victoria and Albert, the London Museum, and the Museum of Costume. Line drawings capture not only several views of the dresses, but also extreme detail of the interiors, showing construction, stitching, and closures.


    • I copied one of the 1890's designs for a Victorian Days celebration but in cotton and not taffata and velvet. Someone remarked that I "looked real". No substitute for authentic style and cut.







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