1962 Sewing Pattern Shift Dress Simplicity 4470 Size 16

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Lovely dress pattern made in 1962 by Simplicity. Make this sweet dress in one of four styles. Vintage sized 16 for the following measurements:

Bust: 36 inches
Waist: 28 inches
Hips: 38 inches

Pattern is cut and intact with original instructions.

Back reads: Misses' One-Piece Dress: "SImple to Make". Dress has round neckline, no waistline seam, back zipper closing, and contrasting braid trim. V. 1 and 2 may have self or purchased belt. V. 1 has short set-in sleeves and button trim. V. 2 and 3 are sleeveless. V. 2 is detailed with flaps. V. 3 has button trim. Braid gives two-piece appearance and is optional.



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