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tailors Tailors are skillful people that peoples clothes.Most of the time they made suits,coats and trousers. They were ussually made for men and women.They often made their clothes with wool,linen and silk.Their ussual tools are measuring tapes,scissors,needles and theards.As you can see these people were very important,especially in the 1700 hundreds when they did not have malls like today.

the tailors frist sewing machine was in the 1830's.Although we had tailors way before that.they had way more simplier tools such as scissors and theards.Tailors were a very impotant part of the 1700's.ven though they only had scissors and a few of other other tools they are skilled and good workers.

One of the hardest thing of tailoring is putting the thread thhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhru the needle.In 1700;S ONE OF THE HARDESSSSSSSSSSSSST THINGS to do do is sew. for sewing one thing you need is hand eye cordination.ANOTHER thing is position it's important because if your not comfortable you can;t sew good.

Therse to diffrent thing;s hand sewing and machine sewing.the diffrence is hand sewingtook lot;s of patience and machine sewing doesn;t.onether fact is in hand sewing clothes came out weird sometimes in machine sewing 99% was good and 1% was bad litterly.

This is all the info I could find about tailors and all they did in 1700's

THANK YOU. —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talkcontribs) 23:01, October 23, 2009

Nowism and lack of history[edit]

The article seems to reflect how a tailor is viewed only in terms of the 21st century and predominantly in the first world. The article could do well to focus on some of the history of tailoring, the sweatshops of the 19th century and the current situation in the third world in the 21st century. — billinghurst sDrewth 03:51, 31 August 2015 (UTC)