dressmaking

[ UK /dɹˈɛsme‍ɪkɪŋ/ ]
[ US /ˈdɹɛsˌmeɪkɪŋ/ ]
NOUN
  1. the craft of making dresses
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How To Use dressmaking In A Sentence

  • I left with a fair understanding of the rudiments of dressmaking.
  • Prior to the immigration to Israel the majority of the Jews continued to engage in farming as a major source of income, but supplemented it with occupations such as dressmaking, weaving, painting, shoemaking, trading small goods and bartering. Kurdish Women.
  • Paddy was also responsible for dispatching many sewing machines, which formed the basis of a thriving school for tailoring and dressmaking.
  • Her early years were spent at the family homestead, where she did dressmaking, and the latter part of her youth was spent in England.
  • Mrs. Hicks's persistence gained her an apprenticeship in a hairdressing establishment where she learned the arts of millinery, dressmaking, hairdressing, and wig making, among others.
  • So, please, if you have a skill that might lend itself to a wedding--photography, dressmaking, floristry, ritual planning, food, craftiness of any kind, please contact me via the comments on this entry or by email. Birthday!
  • Most of the working women are employed as seamstresses in the dressmaking industry.
  • Paddy was also responsible for dispatching many sewing machines, which formed the basis of a thriving school for tailoring and dressmaking.
  • Some offer services such as dressmaking, cleaning, and bricklaying. Kiva Loans
  • I do not want to go to Bradford to look at books about dressmaking and as a dressmaking tutor I do not want to have to order a book simply by its title alone.
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