Butterick Vintage Ladies Wardrobe Pattern

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1987 Butterick pattern in sizes 14-16-18 (bust 36-40", waist 28-32", hip 38-42") Misses dress, top skirt and pants. Very loose fitting, straight dress, lower calf or top has collar on band, dropped shoulders, low armholes, slightly forward shoulder seams, mock front band, back pleat, shaped hemline and cap sleeves, above elbow sleeves with stitched hems or long sleeves. Options include pleated pockets. Slightly flared skirt, lower calf or tapered pants have waistband with optional carriers, front pleats, mock fly zipper and side pockets. Uncut.

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Preparation takes 1-2 business days
Arrives from Canada
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