Dressmaking Pattern Victorian England Yorkshire Diagram for a Plain Basque Bodice 1896

$650.00

Diagram for Plain Basque Bodice for the Normal Figure. With Instructions for Normal and Irregular Figures. Adapted for English Schools by Mrs. R. W. Eddison, from the Method of M. A. Guerre. First Course, Sheet I. First Course, Sheet II. Fourth Edition 1896. Two sheets measuring 30 inches x 22 inches, a cut-out paper pattern with measurements for making this Plain Basque Bodice.

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DRESSMAKING. Yorkshire Ladies’ Council on Education. Yorkshire Training School for Dressmaking and Needlework, 90 Albion Street, Leeds. Diagram for Plain Basque Bodice for the Normal Figure. With Instructions for Normal and Irregular Figures. Adapted for English Schools by Mrs. R. W. Eddison, from the Method of M. A. Guerre. First Course, Sheet I. First Course, Sheet II. Fourth Edition 1896. Two sheets measuring 30 inches x 22 inches, a cut-out paper pattern with measurements for making this Plain Basque Bodice. Some slight fold separations and wear without loss of text. A surviving Victorian dressmaking diagram (pattern) for teaching young English women the art of dressmaking in the French style of Madame A. Guerre.

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