|Contributions||Joseph Brant Museum.|
|LC Classifications||TT520 .C693|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||22|
|LC Control Number||73151698|
Some of the later-date dress patterns are quite dense on the page, but that's more due to the complexity of the patterns than any fault of the author. I would also say the dresses here are a bit more "specific" in taste than those in PoF1, which seem to be more representative of their › Books › Crafts, Hobbies & Home › Crafts & Hobbies. The history of patterns in fashion one full of intriguing facts and surprising details. Who would have known the prints we wear daily held such a rich history that leads back to many centuries ago. Although we may sport many of these looks with ease and a light-heart, why not be educated on the truly Read More» The post The History of Patterns in Fashion appeared first on :// The third volume in Janet Arnold's groundbreaking series Patterns of Fashion covers an earlier period than the previous two volumes: Patterns of Fashion and Patterns of Fashion , concentrating on the Elizabethan and Jacobean eras. Significantly, too, this is the first of Arnold's books to include patterns for men's › Books › Arts & Photography › Graphic Design. Written and illustrated by Janet Arnold, PATTERNS OF FASHION 1 is dedicated to Englishwomen's dresses and their construction, c. --This unique book contains drawings and patterns taken from (48) original specimens. Examples include a bodice in ivory silk with two details from , a riding habit from , and a wedding › Books › Crafts, Hobbies & Home › Crafts & Hobbies.
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