This vintage McCall's pattern #6114, is dated 1945. It is for a dress with a pleated bodice forming a sweetheart neckline, with a button front, gored skirt and sleeves in various lengths. The pattern is complete, fully printed and the instructions are included. The envelope is open on three sides, but all charts are intact. This pattern measures: Bust:36", waist:30", Hips, 39" finished length: 43.5".
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Returns & exchanges
I take great care in measuring and describing my items, but sometimes a return is necessary. Please let me know that you would like to return an item within 7 days of receipt of the item. I am happy to refund the purchase price in full upon receipt of the returned item in the same condition in which it was originally sent. Buyer is responsible for return shipping costs. Please know that worn/damaged items are not eligible for a refund and that I do tag party dresses and formals.
Vintage garments are one of a kind as far as sizing. Please know that vintage sizes are not comparable to contemporary sizing and vintage women's garments were usually worn with foundation garments that nipped-in the waist and/or shaped the bust into a point. I provide measurements for all garments that are taken while the garment is laid flat.
Before you buy, it is best if you:
1.Take an accurate set of measurements of yourself. Do not pull the tape measure tight. Your vintage purchase should have AT LEAST 1'-2" of ease at the bust, waist and hips to fit properly.
2. Measure a similar well-fitting garment you own and compare its measurements with those of the vintage item you'd like to purchase. Remember: most garments can be taken in by a tailor (or yourself!), but only the rare item can be LET OUT. Please ask me before purchase if there is the potential to alter the garment. I am an experienced seamstress and will give you an educated and honest opinion. Heck, I may even throw in a few extra buttons!