This section is from the book "Scientific Sewing And Garment Cutting", by Antoinette Van Hoesen Wakeman. Also available from Amazon: Scientific Sewing And Garment Cutting: For Use In Schools And In The Home.
Up to this point the sewing has been done by hand; in making the infant's outfit, machine sewing is first introduced. While the class makes the entire outfit, the different pieces are made by individual pupils, as there is not sufficient time for each pupil to make the entire set. Each garment, however, should be so carefully explained to the class that no member of it need have any difficulty in making the whole wardrobe.
The outfit consists of a flannel band, a shirt, a pinning blanket, a flannel skirt, a cambric skirt, a wrapper, a sack, and a dress. There is also a miniature bed, furnished with sheets which are hemstitched at the top, pillow slips, a blanket and quilt, all made to fit the little bed.