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T Technology (Go to start of category)
TT Handicrafts; Arts and Crafts (Go to start of category)
TT518 .H52 [Info] Garment Construction in Schools (London: Macmillan, 1913), by Ada Hicks (page images at Wisconsin)
TT518 .W6 [Info] Decorative Stitches and Trimmings: Embroidery and Decorative Stitches; Ribbon and Fabric Trimmings; Dress Decoration and Ornament (Scranton, PA: Woman's institute of domestic arts and sciences, c1934), by Woman's Institute of Domestic Arts and Sciences (page images at HathiTrust)
TT519 .R4 [Info] Ready to Share: Fashion and the Ownership of Creativity (conference transcript, ca. 2005) (PDF at
TT520 .E7 1933 [Info] Practical Dress Design: A Laboratory Manual in Fitting and Free-Hand Pattern Making (first edition; Norman, OK: University Litho Publishers, c1933), by Mabel Deane Erwin (page images at HathiTrust)
TT520 .E92 [Info] Instruction Book for the Standard Tailor System: A Self-Instructor With Object Lessons in the Art of Cutting All Styles of Garments, for Ladies, Gentlemen, Children and Infants (Chicago: H. P. Evan Co., c1896), by H. P. Evan Co.
TT520 .J16 1876 [Info] The Science and Geometry of Dress (c1876), by Louisa L. Jackson (page images at HathiTrust)
TT520 .K2 1939 [Info] Principles and Problems of Pattern Making As Applied to Women's Apparel (2 volumes in 1; New York: Streimin Studio, c1939-1940), by Charles Kaplan and Esther Kaplan (page images at HathiTrust)
TT520 .K76 [Info] Designing Apparel Through the Flat Pattern (first edition; New York: Fairchild Publications, c1960), by Ernestine Kopp, Vittorina Rolfo, and Beatrice Zelin (page images at HathiTrust)
TT520 .S73 [Info] Let's Alter Your Pattern: Workbook for Teaching the Theory of Pattern Alteration (Minneapolis: Burgess Pub. Co., 1959), by Yvonne E. Sonneland (page images at HathiTrust)
TT525 .L5 [Info] "The Practical Furrier": A Book for the Instruction in the Art of Fur Making and Repairing (c1916), by Louis Lichtenstein (page images at HathiTrust)
TT525 .R3 [Info] Advanced Fur Craftsmanship: Improved Fur Techniques in All Peltries Commonly Used by the Practical Furrier (New York: Fur Craftsmanship Publishers, c1948), by Samuel Raphael, ed. by Henry W. Rosley (page images at HathiTrust)
TT590 .G3 [Info] Garment Making: A Treatise, Embracing the Whole Subject of Practical Tailoring, Giving Special and Detailed Instructions Upon the Making of Every Modern Garment Made by Tailors (London: J. Williamson, n.d.), ed. by John Williamson (page images at HathiTrust; US access only)
TT635 .T3 [Info] Thrift Clothing (1918), by Anna Hedges Talbot (page images at Wisconsin)
TT655 .A6 [Info] Practical Millinery (London: Sir Isaac Pitman and Sons, 1922), by Florence Anslow (page images at Wisconsin)
TT655 .B5 1909 [Info] The Art of Millinery: A Complete Series of Practical Lessons for the Artiste and the Amateur (New York: Millinery Trade Publishing Co., c1909), by Anna Ben-Yûsuf (page images at Wisconsin)
TT655 .H5 1905 [Info] Millinery: Theoretical and Practical (second edition; London: Methuen, 1905), by Clare Hill
TT655 .H5 1909 [Info] Millinery: Theoretical and Practical (5th edition; London: Methuen, 1909), by Clare Hill (page images at Wisconsin)
TT655 .L6 [Info] Millinery (New York: Macmillan, 1925), by Jane Loewen (page images at Wisconsin)
TT655 .M3 1921 [Info] Make Your Own Hats (Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin, c1921), by Gene Allen Martin, illust. by E. E. Martin (page images at Wisconsin)
TT655 .P6 [Info] How to Make and Trim Your Own Hats (New York: Journal of Living Pub. Co., c1944), by Vee Walker Powell (page images at Wisconsin)
TT655 .R4 1912 [Info] Practical Home Millinery (new and revised edition; London et al.: Longmans, Green and co., 1912), by Amy J. Reeve
TT655 .W4 [Info] How to Make Hats: A Method of Self-Instruction Using Job Sheets, Fully Illustrated (New York and London: McGraw-Hill, 1931), by Rosalind Weiss, illust. by Syvlia Y. Gordon (page images at Wisconsin)
TT657 .B6 [Info] The Milliners' Guide: A Complete Handy Reference Book for the Workroom, ed. by Julia Bottomley and Emma Maxwell Burke (page images at Wisconsin)
TT705 .B44 [Info] Beeton's Book of Needlework: Consisting of Ladies' Lace Book, Crochet Patterns, Ornamental Needlework, Macrame Lace, Children's Fancy Book, Church Embroidery, Drawn Linen Work (London et al.: Ward, Lock, and Co., ca. 1870), by Mrs. Beeton (multiple formats at
TT705 .L27 1838 [Info] The Workwoman's Guide: Containing Instructions to the Inexperienced in Cutting Out and Completing Those Articles of Wearing Apparel, &c. Which Are Ususally Made at Home; Also, Explanations on Upholstery, Straw-Platting, Bonnet-Making, Knitting, &c. (London: Simpkin, Marshall and Co., 1838), by A Lady

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