Principles and Practise of Needlework and Dressmaking - Anna L. HirdShepherd & Hosking, 1934, Hardback ..
Condition: Good+. Generally rubbed, bumped and soiled externally with a small inscription to ffep. Pages, whilst gracefully fading, bright and clean.
Illustrated with line drawings. 2nd Printing. From the preface: “This book has been written to meet the requirements of students and to help the Home Dressmaker. To bring the “professional touch” into Home Dressmaking the author has collected here the results of her experience as a dressmaker, and great pains have been taken to emphasize the steps essential to success in every description of method and, as it were, to lay a finger on the exact spot where special care must be taken. The chapter on Fixing is specially designed to bring out the angle of vision of the professional and place it within reach of the ordinary person.”
Illustrator: The Author & Bougwain Wilson
Size: 8¾" x 5¾"
Number of Pages: 268