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armseye arranged attached basted flat belt bias edges binding bobbin bottom bound seam bust buttonhole centre back centre front centre line chiffon cloth collar cord costume cotton crepe de chine cuff curve cylinder darts decollete decoration desired directions drafted draped dress elbow embroidery fabric fashion fastened fibre finished fitting folded edge frequently fulness garment give gores guimpe hems hip line indicated joined kimono lace length linen machine marked material measure method necessary neck line needle opening pattern pieces pinned placed placket plain plain weave plait putting the needle raw edge ribbon right angles right side rollers roving running stitches satisfactory seam allowance seam-line sewing shape shirt-waist shoulder seam silk skirt sleeve sliver spindles spinning straight surface tailored taken terial thread tuck turned twist underarm seam usually waist line warp wearer weave width wool woolen worker worn wrong side yarn yoke
Page 118 - This is a substance which has an affinity both for the coloring matter and the fibre.
Page 182 - The belt is then put on with its lower edge just at the normal waist line of the figure, even though the line of gathering in the waist may not be correctly placed. The centre mark of the belt should be placed exactly at the centre-back line of the waist and pinned.
Page 143 - ... exception that the quickness with which any fibre burns may be somewhat affected by the firm twisting of the yarn and the closeness of the weave. (5) Tearing. — The tearing of material sometimes helps in a general way in determining the kind of fibre as well as the strength of the material itself. (a) Cotton tears easily, with a shrill sound, and the ends of the fibres along the tear curl up and are fuzzy.