I didn’t write this quiz. I pulled it from a vintage pattern making book written in 1941 by Fred Brammer (he also wrote a short cut to the chase grading book that I photographed as well). This book is called Pattern making for garment workers. As Mr Bammer says, the items on this page “should be, to a great extend, self-explanatory.” [sic]
Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to tell me what these pieces are for. These are three different styles of a certain garment feature. Actually, because I’m such a nice person, I’ll give you a hint, but I won’t make it too easy; these are three styles of
c O l L a R s. If you think a larger view would help, here’s one (500kb).
If it makes you feel better, I know what these pieces are
supposed to be and I still don’t see it. I’ll post the answers and more details tomorrow (late, I’m traveling). Until then, have fun with it.