|Other titles||Cutter"s practical guide: overcoats., Overcoats.|
|Statement||by W. D. F. Vincent.|
|Series||The cutters" practical guide|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||92|
The cutter's practical guide to the cutting and making of all kinds of British military uniforms: Embracing tunics, frock coats, service frocks, mess overalls, pantaloons, breeches, and puttees [Vincent, W. D. F] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The cutter's practical guide to the cutting and making of all kinds of British military uniforms: Embracing tunicsAuthor: W. D. F Vincent. Author of The cutter's practical guide , The cutters' practical guide to cutting and making all kinds of waistcoats, The cutter's practical guide to the remedy of defects, The Tailor and Cutter Academy systems of cutting all kinds of tailor-made garments, The cutters' practical guide to the causes of and remedies for defects in fit and style, The cutters' practical guide to cutting every. "Some of the drafts are constructed by the original direct-measure "C.P.G. [Cutters' Practical Guide] System", introduced by the late W.D.F. Vincent when he was Editor of "Tailor and Cutter", others are arranged in the now widely-adopted proportionate basis of construction. All have been revised and brought up to date." --Preface / A.A. Whife. The cutters' practical guide to the cutting of ladies' garments.. by Vincent, W. D. F. (William D. F.), Publication date Topics Tailoring (Women's), Clothing and dress, Clothing and dress Publisher London, J. Williamson Collection clarkartinstitutelibrary; americanaPages:
Answers is the place to go to get the answers you need and to ask the questions you want cutters' practical guide to the cutting and making all kinds of overcoats, civilian, military, naval. Inappropriate The list (including its title or description) facilitates illegal activity, or contains hate speech or ad hominem attacks on a fellow Goodreads member or author. Spam or Self-Promotional The list is spam or self-promotional. Incorrect Book The list contains an . Okay, fine - this book provides some interesting insight into the world of cutters, and why they do what they do. Clinically, it's fine. However, Levenkron's tone is unbearable, and the book is packed with these nauseating case examples in which he acts as some great guru of wonder and light, the only one who can possibly understand the struggle of the poor, misunderstood cutter. His /5. Draw line 0, 9, 0, 17; 0 to 2+ 1 ⁄ 2 is the same as the distance from 9 to 11+ 1 ⁄ 2 of the forepart, 0 to 9 is the half scye plus whatever is desired to be left for fulness or pleats on the shoulders; 2+ 1 ⁄ 2 to 17 is the length of sleeve less the width of yoke and length of cuff; and the wrist as at 17, 6 to taste varying according to the fulness desired to be put in the wristband.
A practical guide for the tailor's cutting-room; being a treatise on measuring and cutting clothing in all styles, and for every period of life from childhood to old age. (Glasgow, Edinburgh, London, Blackie, ), by Joseph Couts (page images at HathiTrust). In technical words 'Thoracoplasty" means subperiosteal resection of multiple ribs to collapse the chest wall. It is a thoracic surgical procedure performed for the obliteration of a chronic. The Cutters' practical guide to cutting every kind of garment made by tailors: in a series of parts, Part one, Boys' and youths' garments, girls' costumes. Full text of "The cutters' practical guide to the cutting of ladies' garments.." See other formats.