Plain Sewing. Many, on opening the Encyclopedia of needlework will
be disposed to exclaim as they read the heading of this first
section: What is the use of describing all the old well-known
stitches, when machines have so nearly superseded the slower
process of hand-sewing? To this our reply is that, of all kinds of
needlework, Plain Sewing needs to be most thoroughly learned, as
being the foundation of all. Those who are able to employ others to
work for them, should at least know how to distinguish good work
from bad, and those who are in less fortunate circumstances, have
to be taught how to work for themselves.
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