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282. Putting in a Temporary Hem






The hem of a dress that must be
lengthened after it is laundered should be turned perfectly straight and
stitched with number one hundred thread. It can be easily ripped and the
fine threads will not leave the usual stitched lines that one often sees
when a hem is lowered.






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