Handicraft for Girls A Tentative Course in Needlework, Basketry, Designing, Paper and Cardboard Construction, Textile Fibers and Fabrics and Home Decoration and Care
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Handicraft for Girls A Tentative Course in Needlework, Basketry, Designing, Paper and Cardboard Construction, Textile Fibers and Fabrics and Home Decoration and Care

By Idabelle McGlauflin
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Table of Contents
  • Handicraft for Girls
  • EXPLANATORY NOTE.
  • CONTENTS.
  • CHAPTER I.
  • SUGGESTIONS FOR TEACHERS
    • DRILLS FOR BEGINNERS.
  • CHAPTER II.
    • First Year—Third Grade.
      • Order of Exercises.
    • Order of Exercises.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF EXERCISES.
      • Exercise No. 1—Basting.
      • Exercise No. 2—Running.
      • Exercise No. 3—Overhanding.
      • Exercise No. 4—Pot Holder—Weaving—Christmas Piece.[8]
      • Exercise No. 5—Running.
      • Exercise No. 6—Overhanding.
      • Exercise No. 7—Running.[5]
      • Exercise No. 8—Hemming—Paper Folding for a Hem.[7]
      • Hemming a Towel.
      • Exercise No. 9—Running.[5]
      • Exercise No. 10—Overhanding.[5][6]
      • Electives.
    • Exercise No. 1—Basting.
    • Exercise No. 2—Running.
    • Exercise No. 3—Overhanding.
    • Exercise No. 4—Pot Holder—Weaving—Christmas Piece.[8]
    • Exercise No. 5—Running.
    • Exercise No. 6—Overhanding.
    • Exercise No. 7—Running.[5]
    • Exercise No. 8—Hemming—Paper Folding for a Hem.[7]
    • Hemming a Towel.
    • Exercise No. 9—Running.[5]
    • Exercise No. 10—Overhanding.[5][6]
    • Electives.
  • CHAPTER III.
    • Second Year—Fourth Grade.
      • Order of Exercises.
    • Order of Exercises.
    • FOOTNOTES:
      • DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF EXERCISES.
      • SEAM SAMPLER.
      • Exercise No. 11—Seam A—Combination Stitch.
      • Exercise No. 12—Emery Balls.[13]
      • Exercise No. 13—Seam B—Stitching.
      • Exercise No. 14—Bags—Christmas Piece.[14]
      • Exercise No. 15—Half-Back Stitching.
      • Exercise No. 16—A Doily—Blanket Stitch and the Kensington Outline Stitch.[15]
      • Exercise No. 17—French Seam.
      • Exercise No. 18—A Pair of Miniature Pillow Cases.[16]
      • Exercise No. 19—French Fell.
      • Exercise No. 20—Textile Fibers and Fabrics—Silk.
    • DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF EXERCISES.
    • SEAM SAMPLER.
    • Exercise No. 11—Seam A—Combination Stitch.
    • Exercise No. 12—Emery Balls.[13]
    • Exercise No. 13—Seam B—Stitching.
    • Exercise No. 14—Bags—Christmas Piece.[14]
    • Exercise No. 15—Half-Back Stitching.
    • Exercise No. 16—A Doily—Blanket Stitch and the Kensington Outline Stitch.[15]
    • Exercise No. 17—French Seam.
    • Exercise No. 18—A Pair of Miniature Pillow Cases.[16]
    • Exercise No. 19—French Fell.
    • Exercise No. 20—Textile Fibers and Fabrics—Silk.
    • Electives.
  • CHAPTER IV.
    • Third Year—Fifth Grade.
      • Order of Exercises.
    • Order of Exercises.
    • FOOTNOTES:
      • DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF EXERCISES.
      • Patching Sampler.
      • Exercise No. 21—Hemmed Patch.
      • Exercise No. 22—Mitered Corner.
      • Exercise No. 23—Overhand Patch.
      • Exercise No. 24—Basketry—Christmas Piece.[21][22]
      • Exercise No. 25—Napkin—Damask Hem.[23]
      • Exercise No. 26—Flannel Patch.
      • Exercise No. 27—A Pair of Sleeve Protectors.
      • Exercise No. 28—A Garment Brought from Home to be Mended.
      • Exercise No. 29—A Pin Cushion.[24]
      • Exercise No. 30—Textile Fibers and Fabrics—Cotton.
      • Electives.
      • A Round Holder and Case.
      • A Book Cover.
      • A Book Bag.
    • DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF EXERCISES.
    • Patching Sampler.
    • Exercise No. 21—Hemmed Patch.
    • Exercise No. 22—Mitered Corner.
    • Exercise No. 23—Overhand Patch.
    • Exercise No. 24—Basketry—Christmas Piece.[21][22]
    • Exercise No. 25—Napkin—Damask Hem.[23]
    • Exercise No. 26—Flannel Patch.
    • Exercise No. 27—A Pair of Sleeve Protectors.
    • Exercise No. 28—A Garment Brought from Home to be Mended.
    • Exercise No. 29—A Pin Cushion.[24]
    • Exercise No. 30—Textile Fibers and Fabrics—Cotton.
    • Electives.
    • A Round Holder and Case.
    • A Book Cover.
    • A Book Bag.
  • CHAPTER V.
    • Fourth Year—Sixth Grade.
      • Order of Exercises.
    • Order of Exercises.
    • FOOTNOTES:
      • DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF EXERCISES.
      • Exercise No. 31—Stocking Darning.
      • Exercise No. 32—Placket Sampler—A Placket.
      • Exercise No. 33—An Apron—The Christmas Piece.[28][31]
      • Exercise No. 34—Placket Sampler—The Gusset.[29]
      • Exercise No. 35—Buttonholes.
      • Exercise No. 36—Placket Sampler—The Shirt Sleeve or Nightgown Opening.
      • Exercise No. 37—A Hemstitched Collar.[29][30]
      • Exercise No. 38—Placket Sampler—Bands—Hemmed and Overhanded.
      • Exercise No. 39—An Underskirt.
      • Exercise No. 40—Textile Fibers and Fabrics—Flax.
      • Electives.
      • The Round Bottom Bag with a Fancy Raffia Covering.
    • DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF EXERCISES.
    • Exercise No. 31—Stocking Darning.
    • Exercise No. 32—Placket Sampler—A Placket.
    • Exercise No. 33—An Apron—The Christmas Piece.[28][31]
    • Exercise No. 34—Placket Sampler—The Gusset.[29]
    • Exercise No. 35—Buttonholes.
    • Exercise No. 36—Placket Sampler—The Shirt Sleeve or Nightgown Opening.
    • Exercise No. 37—A Hemstitched Collar.[29][30]
    • Exercise No. 38—Placket Sampler—Bands—Hemmed and Overhanded.
    • Exercise No. 39—An Underskirt.
    • Exercise No. 40—Textile Fibers and Fabrics—Flax.
    • Electives.
    • The Round Bottom Bag with a Fancy Raffia Covering.
  • CHAPTER VI.
    • Fifth Year—Seventh Grade.
      • Order of Exercises.
    • Order of Exercises.
    • FOOTNOTES:
      • DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF EXERCISES.
      • Exercise No. 41—A Trial Piece for Finishing the Bottom of a Pair of Drawers.
      • Exercise No. 42—An Underwaist or Corset Cover.
      • The Small Waist.
      • Exercise No. 43—Collars, Jabots, Bows, etc.—Christmas Piece.[34]
      • Exercise No. 44—A Study of Home Furnishing, Decoration and Care.[35]
      • Exercise No. 45—Twist Buttonholes.
      • Exercise No. 46—A Pair of Drawers.
      • The Small Drawers.
      • Exercise No. 47—Cloth Darning.
      • Exercise No. 48—Textile Fibers and Fabrics—Wool.
      • Electives.
    • DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF EXERCISES.
    • Exercise No. 41—A Trial Piece for Finishing the Bottom of a Pair of Drawers.
    • Exercise No. 42—An Underwaist or Corset Cover.
    • The Small Waist.
    • Exercise No. 43—Collars, Jabots, Bows, etc.—Christmas Piece.[34]
    • Exercise No. 44—A Study of Home Furnishing, Decoration and Care.[35]
    • Exercise No. 45—Twist Buttonholes.
    • Exercise No. 46—A Pair of Drawers.
    • The Small Drawers.
    • Exercise No. 47—Cloth Darning.
    • Exercise No. 48—Textile Fibers and Fabrics—Wool.
    • Electives.
  • CHAPTER VII.
    • Stitches Used in Plain Sewing.
      • Ornamental Stitches.
      • Miscellaneous.
    • Ornamental Stitches.
    • Miscellaneous.
  • CHAPTER VIII.
    • SILK.
      • COTTON.
      • FLAX.
      • WOOL.
    • COTTON.
    • FLAX.
    • WOOL.
  • CHAPTER IX.
  • CHAPTER X.
    • A Child's Picture Book.
      • A Box with Cover.
      • A Blank Book with Paper Cover Re-inforced with Cloth.
      • A Folding Envelope Case for Papers.
      • Clipping Case.
      • A Postal Card Album.
      • Picture Framing.
      • A Four Sided, Collapsible Candle or Lamp Shade.
    • A Box with Cover.
    • A Blank Book with Paper Cover Re-inforced with Cloth.
    • A Folding Envelope Case for Papers.
    • Clipping Case.
    • A Postal Card Album.
    • Picture Framing.
    • A Four Sided, Collapsible Candle or Lamp Shade.
  • CHAPTER XI.
    • An Imaginary Home.
  • CHAPTER XII.
    • General Directions for Making the Coil Basket.
      • Description of Basket Stitches.
    • Description of Basket Stitches.
  • Books on the Manual Arts
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