Madame Weigel's 3471; published in Madame Weigel's Journal of Fashion September 1, 1910; Lady's sleeve, long or three-quarter length. In this pretty and fashionable sleeve the lining, covered at the lower end with lace as in the illustration, or with tucked net, forms the long sleeve. Over this is a puff of lace or material, and at the top a short sleeve, trimmed at the bottom with a band. The three-quarter length is obtained by omitting the cuff.

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