i want to start using antique patterns and i have found some freebies. i am working on a polonaise for my daughter and having trouble with the back. the ladies treasury has the pattern. the perplexing part is the bottom of center back #3 to the side back #2. what sequence would the seams be stitched in? is there any resources that explain how to understand antique terms?
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