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Vintage 1960s Women's Jacket and Evening Skirt Simplicity 6217 Size 12

Sold by RompingAround
+ $4.00 shipping
+ $4.00 shipping


Item details

This fabulous 1960s style outfit can be made as evening or daywear.The pattern includes a fitted jacket, simple sleeveless top and a skirt which can be made full length or knee length. The pattern is size 12 only and the measurements given are bust 32", waist, 25" and hip 34". The top pieces have been cut out but all are included. The rest of the pattern is uncut. There is a small tear on the front of the pattern envelope.

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Preparation takes 1-2 business days
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