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OUR DRESSMAKING LESSON. I

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OUR DRESSMAKING LESSON. I A SIMPLE PARIS BLOUSE. I A really smart blouse is a thing one always likes to come acrces, for it makes such a difference to one's wardrobe. The woman who has two or three very stylish blouses, and one good fashionable skirt can always be well-dressed for every occasion, quite irrespective of evening- gowns, and similar equipments. This is a secret the French woman appreciates, and you will find that she always makes a special point of possessing a few chic blouses, however little she may have to spend annually on her wardrobe. Yet you will notice that some of the smartest Parisian blouses are very simple indeed, and their elusive charm lies in the [Refer to D. L. No. 114.] I material, in the colour combination, and, shortly, in that touch of individuality which the true Parisian knows how to introduce into all her clothes. The little model I am illustrating here this week was shown to me with pride the other day by a French lady who is always well-dressed, in spite of the fact that she has to use her dress allowance very economi- cally to make it do. The blouse was made up in a soft navy blue merve, and trimmed with a real Irish lace collar and cuffs. You see, this is the long and short of it; choose simple and good things, then you cannot fail to look well dressed. If you really cannot afford to employ real lace and silk for this blouse, it will also look well and smart in a washing material, such as linen, with an embroidered muslin collar. But keep to simplicity, and then you cannot go wrong. The pattern is for a 24-inch waist and a 36-inch bust. It will require one and a quarter yards of material. Pin the pattern together and try on before cutting out. If large enough cut exactly by the pattern. Half an inch is allowed for on all seams and turnings. DIRECTIONS FOR MAKING. I To Cut Out.âLay the pattern on the I material according to the diagram. Mark round all edges and notches and through all I perforations with chalk, remove the pattern and cut exactly by the chalk lines, as all seams and turnings are allowed for in the pattern. To Make.âClose and fell the underarm seams neatly. Face open the front edges, and sew on hooks and eyes for fastening. Hem round the cuffs and collar, and fell them against the sleeve-end and neck respec- tively. Attach tie, and sew on button trimmings. Hem the lower edge of blouse, and set a draw tape at the back to regulate the fullness round the waist. ââ ââ

A DAINTY DRESSING-GOWN. I

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OUR CHILDREN'S CORNER. I

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