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New standard trousers and breeches systems, self-varying in distribution of material and in balance; an encyclopedia of styles in trousers and breeches for all sizes and forms (1908) (14591255659)

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New standard trousers and breeches systems, self-varying in distribution of material and in balance; an encyclopedia of styles in trousers and breeches for all sizes and forms (1908) (14591255659)

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Title: New standard trousers and breeches systems, self-varying in distribution of material and in balance; an encyclopedia of styles in trousers and breeches for all sizes and forms
Year: 1908 (1900s)
Authors: Mitchell, The Jno. J., co., New York. (from old catalog)
Subjects: Pants
Publisher: New York, The J. J. Mitchell co
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
Digitizing Sponsor: Sloan Foundation



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s \ inch always. Q to R is J waist. 20 to 21 equals A to Q. 21 to 22 is \ belly. Draw a straight line from 22 to F, establishing S. Shape the undress side as represented, through R, 22 and S to H. O to 23 is \ proportionate waist (4 inches less than seat), 44 inches for this draft. R to 24 equals 23 to R. Shape the top as represented from 0 to 24. Draw a straight line from J to a point \ inch beyond 22. Draw a straight line from H to L, establishing T. Shape the dress side as represented from 24 to a trifle below I, and from I to a little morethan half-way to T. T to U is one-half knee. V is half-way between C and H. Shape the outside seam from Q through E and U to N. Shape the bottom as representedfrom N to L, hollowing \ inch at the crease line. The Waistband. Diagram 9.—Draw a straight line as from 1 to 2. 1 to 2 is one-half full waist. 3 is half-way between 1 and 2. 4 is half-way between 2 and 3. 5 is half-way between 3 and 4. 4 to 6 NEW STANDARD TROUSERS AND BREECHES SYSTEMS 21
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Diagram 8. 22 NEW STANDARD TROUSERS AND BREECHES SYSTEMS is Via inch for each inch the waist is disproportionately large, proportion being 4 inches less than the seat. As the seat for this draft is 48 inches, 44 inches would be proportionate for the waist, but as the waist is 52 inches it is 8 inches larger than proportionate. 4 to 6 is, therefore, Vic or J inch. 1 to 7 is the same as 4 to 6. Shape the seam edge as represented, through2, 6, 5 and 7. 7 to 10 is 2 inches. 10 to 11 is 2 inches. 2 to 8 is 1 inch. 8 to 12 is 1J inch. Finish as represented. The Backpart. Diagram 10.—Sweep back from C and Q, pivoting at N. Extend the knee and bottomlines as represented. W is half-way between O and 23. Draw a straight line from S up through W. W toX is £ seat. X to Y is i waist. Y to 1 is 1 inch for making, instead of, as heretofore, 1^inch, because, there being no V, there are two less seams to provide for. Shape the top asrepresented, from 1 to X. S to 2 is V12 seat. Draw a straight line

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new standard trousers and breeches systems self varying in distribution of material and in balance an encyclopedia of styles in trousers and breeches for all sizes and forms 1908
new standard trousers and breeches systems self varying in distribution of material and in balance an encyclopedia of styles in trousers and breeches for all sizes and forms 1908