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Suggestive Questions

1. What materials and trimmings are suitable to use for making drawers and night-dresses?

2. Calculate the quantity necessary and the cost from your own pattern.

3. How would you plan a simple trimming for drawers other than lace or embroidery? Describe the process of making the trimming you choose.

4. Describe the placing of a yoke on the back of a night-dress.

5. How can you prevent a kimono night-dress from tearing under the arm?