Advance Sewing Pattern - 1960's - Woman's tailored blouse - Size 16 bust 36" - Mpn 9274 - Unused
Advance sewing pattern - c 1960 - woman's tailored blouse - unused
Pattern number 9274
To fit size 16 bust 36" waist 28" hips 38"
The Tailored Blouse - the mainstay of every woman's wardrobe. Make it sleeveless - with long sleeves - or short sleeves. Make it in cotton for sportwear or in silk to wear with a dressy skirt, sparkling jewelry.
Fabric suggestions - Cotton broadcloth, madras, cord, gingham, pique, chambray, linen, blends. Rayon linen, rayon flannel, silk crepe, surah, damask. Cotton or wool jersey. wool crepe, flannel, blends.
Condition - This pattern is unused. The envelope has a little creasing with tears around the top by the flap - some of these have been mended with archival tape. There is some light discolouration and marks and there is some pencil writing on the front
Printed in the USA
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