Alma-Mode 7; ca. 1947;  Distinctive Afternoon Dress.   The midriff and the sleeve lining are trimmed with narrow braid or as follows:  We thread the bottom thread with embroidery thread, perl thread or fine wool.  The top thread is the customary sewing thread.  The pattern is applied with long stitches from the wrong side of the fabric.  The shoulder seam is first joined, then the pleat for the flange is made. (Roughly translated from the original German)

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