Older students made workbooks as well. As a student at the University of Rhode Island, Lucy Pierce assembled a number of notebooks with sewing models. They could later function as lesson plans; Pierce went on to teach home economics at the Technical High School in Providence.

From "Make it yourself": home sewing, gender, and culture, 1890-1930 by Sarah A. Gordon

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  • American: 1900-present
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  • “Teacher's Model” Older students made workbooks as well. As a student at the University of Rhode Island, Lucy Pierce assembled a number of notebooks with sewing models. They could later function as lesson plans; Pierce went on to teach home economics at the Technical High School in Providence.