This section is from the book "School Needlework. A Course of Study in Sewing designed for use in Schools", by Olive C. Hapgood. Also available from Amazon: School Needlework: A Course Of Study In Sewing Designed For Use In Schools.
The following rules for drafting are given as suitable in ordinary cases, but the drafter should use discretion in regard to personal taste and prevailing styles.
In the illustrations, each square represents an inch. Dots are marked by letters, lines are marked by numbers. Remember that the dot is the important mark, the letter being but a name to the dot, and may be placed in any convenient position near the dot.