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McCall 1895; ©1931; Printed Pattern for Ladies' and Misses' Collars and Cuffs with Transfer (Blue). If you are to keep up with the times, you can hardly get along without the new fagoted collars and cuffs - and several of them you'll want, too. They can transform a simple dress so that it may appear at any afternoon function with a feeling of security as to being quite in place. Dainty collars like these are made of organdy, handkerchief linen, crepe de Chine or pique and finished with bias binding you can buy on a card, or else of the self material.
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