This 1940s unprinted pattern is for a fantastic dress. From the envelope, "A slim inset belt joins the button-front bodice and wrap-around skirt. There are soft gathers at lower edge of bodice, tucks at skirt front and darts at skirt back. In Style I, turn-back revers are cut in one with bodice and the skirt is shaped at lower edge. Style II features elongated sleeve bands which are sewn around and below normal armhole. The dress is finished with a large, inside skirt pocket outlined with top-stitching. Style III has three-quarter length sleeves." PATTERN IS MISSING PIECE K, THE INSET BELT.
Instructions are included. Pattern is missing piece K but is otherwise in good condition. Inset belt is a rectangular pattern piece that can be reconstructed by the intermediate sewer.
This pattern is a vintage 40s size 16 and fits a 34-inch bust, 28-inch waist and 37-inch hip.
Envelope is in fair condition with rips, yellowing and edgewear.
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