It is frequently good economy to remodel a garment which has been left over from the previous season. This is especially true if the material in the garment is of a fine quality. Matters of readjusting sleeves, putting in new yokes, trimmings, and the like are so simple and yet so important in the appearance of the garment that they should have some attention. No specific rules can be given for altering garments, but a few general suggestions have been set forth throughout this text in the Suggestions for Home Application. This kind of work calls for considerable judgment, but if one will give thoughtful attention to the subject of altering, remodeling, retrimming and the innumerable ways in which left-over clothing may be utilized, the results will be very gratifying.