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Home Sewing Tips from the 1920s - Choosing a Dress for a Tall Slim Figure

In an earlier post , Ruth Wyeth Spears tackled the challenges of a person with a full figure when wearing the new slim lines.

1920's shapes!

clothing shapes of the -- interesting to see the evolution from this era into the next. Oh, Downton Abbey

The Midvale Cottage Post: Home Sewing Tips from the 1920s - Trimming Down Last Season's Straw Hat

In this tip from Ruth Wyeth Spears and the the focus is on altering last summer's straw hat for the new season. With artful use of sc.

The Midvale Cottage Post: Home Sewing Tips from the 1920s

In this tip, Ruth discusses "a hemline for every figure" - a brief but honest discussion that we all don't have slender figures nor trim leg.

When sleeves are one-in-piece with the bodice, it makes it easier to sew (theoretically - no shoulder...

When sleeves are one-in-piece with the bodice, it makes it easier to sew (theoretically - no shoulder seams!), but doesn't necessarily result in optimal fit. In this truly excellent tip from Ruth Wyet

The Art of the Twenties Dress | Loran's World

In this wonderful tip, Ruth Wyeth Spears explains how to add an inverted pleat (the latest fashion trend - in the that is!