Let’s Take 1930’s Home Economics Together! Chapter Nine: Starting the Sewing

Last week we learned about “modern” (for the 1930’s!) sewing equipment. In this week’s lesson, we will start sewing and do some pattern drafting to make ourselves some 1930’s slips in Lesson Nine: Starting the Sewing! I’m incredibly excited about this lesson and the prospect of sewing myself some slips!

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I hope you enjoyed this week’s lesson! Join us again next week, when we will be learning about commercial sewing patterns with Lesson Ten: The Use of a Commercial Pattern.

To read along with previous lessons, please feel free to search the Let’s Take Home Economics Together category, or the Home Economics tag.

 

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