The modern metal zipper was invented in 1914 and used in galoshes and bags until 1927, after which they were also used in men’s trousers. Machines were not in common use for civilian garments until after 1845.
They were not common in women’s dresses until the late 1930s. Machine chain stitch came first, followed by lockstitch. Hand-sewn and machine-sewn construction (as opposed to hand-sewn finishing) coexisted for years – until the 1880s, if not later.
KEEP IT TOGETHER – fasteners Men’s dress trousers continue to have button flies through the 1940s. Vintage slips, bras, and garters have metal hardware, not plastic.
Belt loops on men’s pants were first used in the early 1920s, coexisting with suspender buttons for years. SEW AND SEW The first practical sewing machine was invented in 1829 and was used to produce French army uniforms.
As any intrusive relative (we all have them) would say, “You’re not getting any younger!
” This is before the requisite pinch cheek, of course.
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It joined the CIO (Congress of Industrial Organizations) briefly in 1937 and rejoined the AFL (American Federation of Labor) in 1940. The Textile Products Identification Act of 1960 (TFPIC) mandated the use of fabric-content labels in the U. It was intended to eliminate false advertising and the information was most often presented on a disposable paper hang tag rather than on a permanently affixed label in the garment. American garments with ASTM care symbols are almost always modern.Cartridge pleating of the skirt at its waist is seen from the 1840s-1860s, fading out by the 1870s.Tiny piped armhole seams date a garment to the 1870s or before and were rare after that. Three-quarter and seven-eighth length sleeves were popular from the late 1930s through the 1950s. Armholes were cut high and fitted in the 1950s and the 1970s.LOOK FOR THE LABEL Look for labels in the side seams and hems of older garments. The Coat and Suit Industry National Recovery Board was a trade organization meant to ensure that garments were made in accordance with Fair Labor Standards. The Fur Products labeling act of 1952 required an accurate description of fur (e.g.Country-of-origin labels came about in the US following the Mc Kinley Act of 1891. The NRA Blue Eagle label, denoting compliance with Manufacturing Codes, was used in the U. what had been called Hudson Seal now had to be identified as sheared muskrat).