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C-YS711 The Ribbon Art Book, Vol I No. II

Explanations that will prove invaluable

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The RIBBON ART Book. Vol I No. 2,

How to make Hundreds of Dainty and Practical things of Ribbons. Illustrated in Colors with Detailed Instructions. 25 ct.

Ribbon Art Publishing Co., Inc. 354 Fourth Avenue, New York, N.Y.

1920s chic through the use of decorative ribbon. Folding, flowers, ruching, applied trims, bows, cockades and cocardes, braiding; decoration for cases, bags, hats, clothing, headbands, garters, hair ornaments, party favors, costumes, bridal accessoreis, baby things, and more. Pattern for a beret style hat.

Scans donated by Seya Wijnsma-Spek.

Fashion: New York 1923 Hats, dresses, bags

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