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283. Serviceable Child's Dress






A quaint little frock that will be
serviceable, can be made from a remnant of demi flouncing hemstitched on
the embroidered edge. This placed at the hem, of course, and the top is
gathered in Mother Hubbard style into a neck band edged with a little
frill. The sleeves are in bishop style confined with bands trimmed to
match the neck.






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