- 06/06/2019 at 1:33 pm #1122501EduGorillaKeymasterSelect Question Language :
Read the passage carefully and select the best answer to each question out of the four alternatives.By the Moderate-nineteenth century, mass production of paper patterns, the emergence of the home sewing machine, and the convenience of mail order catalogues brought fashionable clothing into the American home. By the early twentieth century, home economists working in extension and outreach programs taught women how to use paper patterns to improve the fit and efficiency to new garments as well as how to update existing ones.Teachers of home economics traditionally made home sewing a critical part of their curriculum, emphasizing self-sufficiency and resource fullness for young women. However, with the increasing availability of mass-produced clothing in catalogues and department stores, more and more women preferred buying garments rather than making them. As a result, home economists shifted their attention to consumer education.Through field study, analysis and research, they became experts on the purchase and preservation of ready-to-wear clothing for the family, offering budgeting instruction targeted at adolescent girls. Modern home sewing made it possible for American women to transcend their economic differences and geographic locations with clothing that was increasingly standardized. The democratization of fashion continued through the twentieth century as the ready-to-wear market expanded and home sewing became more of a pastime than a necessity.
Who became experts on the purchase and preservation of ready-to-wear clothing for the family?
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