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The New Zealand Railways Magazine, Volume 15, Issue 3 (June 1, 1940)

Frayed Cuffs

Frayed Cuffs.

Men hate frayed edges, but it is a pity to discard a good skirt because of worn cuffs. When a double cuff has started to fray, make a new buttonhole half an inch below each of the upper buttonholes. The fold will then come in a different place, and the worn part, neatly darned, will be on the inside of the cuff. Don't forget to sew up the old buttonholes, or the man of the house will get in a real muddle when inserting cuff links and won't quite appreciate what a clever wife he has.