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OQESSMAKINO AT HOME. t BY 5YLVIA. SUMMER FROCK. Present fancy for ft combination of two g w 'ttals, either plain or patterned, is one 0»i s^0uld appeal to the thrifty mother, f 11til to the possibilities it opens up of U Ing short lengths, and making a frock or If 0ut would otherwise be of U ^6, C'4c- S l«e model is intended for a washing fl sP°tted and plain gingham could be | & *eU employed for that sketched, though I L Ped or patterned material of any kind can y nsed for the sleeves and sides of the blouse. | C»t Out. i Pi 1 Wk 6 centre the panel front and I *° ^ie mafcer'a^ anc* P"1 *n 1 ^e>. as the latter hooks over invisibly at the f. Ife side, to the bodice-part. If, however, you ^Pressed for time, or a bit short of mate- > you can make the frock fasten up the i I i 'ttern No. ..205. sketch a nice 'Sn for two h!^s' an(^ *S Comin^ Of^oragirl jj'&t to ten of a&e- 2 Vrt 2yds. to *5 °f wide- plain and ^cy material c Squired. !I.e of the back, but it will not look so nice I t<L e fastening I have suggested. The front of the bodice should be placed to the to thdges, which will bring the back-part a bit ra. cross, as it is lut all in one. Trace or am- *<>und the outline very carefully, also W °tehes, and then cut out, allowing the eessary turnings. kake Up. hen. cut out, turn in the edges of the left Ce of the panel back, neat-en with a strip of or material, sew on the hooks or tops of WPress-studs (whichever are chosen for fas- Ogs), and neat en the shoulder-part, where •V^ple of fastenings will also be needed. turn in the edges of the panel back and to0 >. tack and stitch in place to the corre- al ^-ding portions of the blouse; then tack "a stitch at the sleeve and under-arm seam&, ^aten and press. Turn up and stitch the ^e,u of lower edge, remembering to make the &j*ck a wee bit shorter than the front, as it ,aJ"s has a tendency to drop here. Face the sttj S'^e blouse-part with a nice wide material, and sew on the remainder of -fastenings to correspond with those •°ulr sew11 on- Neat-en and finish off the tf,P ^r-parts and lower part of placket, also with a'band of the material on the side and stitched at each edge. J^ETTY CAMI-SK! R I. ^li transparent fabrics which are now so t»epCl1 favoured make dainty underwear very 1 j,essaiT to complete the effect. The design' ejj !aye seieeted for the second of this week's atnC's 's n Particularly easy one to make, at the same time daintv. crials, &c. a variety of fabrics are suited to the 3 Ration of this under-garment, from nain- eo?- to Shantung or Jap" silk, as well as tatted taffetas, the choice depending on the it is to be worn with. I 0 Ci;t Out. '-lit Ont. if 11,; petticoat portion is cut all in one, and J'oiu- material be wide enough it may be ^'• selveilucways of the fabric, and shaped by deep dart- under the anus. If silk or narrow- I Pattern No. 2,206. Here is a I pretty design for an underskirt, to wear with transparent fabrics, which is quite easy to I carry out. It will take about 2jyds. of 36-inch goods, with 2yds. to 2 iyds. of wide embroidery, and the same quan- tity of insertion. i goods be employed, however, it is best place the centre front to the selvedges and cot-responding part of the back to the tj'd- If Very flimsy it will be best to make petticoat- fun length, so as xo aive a little Stance to the foot part. T° IMake Up. I t First of all turn in and stitcli the hem of sile Packet- opening, "which, in the case of that etched, is at the bacK. Sew on tlie re- tired fastenings or make buttonholes and I' fvv on the button?, and then join up the |°w?r part cf the seam. Join the strips of Qsertion together for the yoke, gather the

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