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SLEEVES.—DIFFERENT STYLES. Although the shape of rule that never changes

the

arm

is

sleeves often varies, there

The length of the

is

one

sleeve above

about two inches longe}"than U7ider the arin^

ivhcj-e it is cut out.

The coat sleeve, being that which arm best, will be first described.

Fig. 39.

gives the shape of the

Coat Sleeve.

To draw this pattern, a horizontal line, a b^ â&#x20AC;˘^^&' 39* must be made across the top of the paper. Place on this line half of the arm-hole measurement, and mark one end c and the other d then draw the length of the arm from (/to ^^in an oblique line. For the outer line of the sleeve, trace a straight line two inches above c, meeting the point y, and stop this line at^^, tlie center of the line d <?, where the elbow is situated, and prolong the line obliquely, par;

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A Guide to Dressmaking - 1876  

19th Century Dressmaking techniques

A Guide to Dressmaking - 1876  

19th Century Dressmaking techniques

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