This pattern is a fantastic three-in-one pack for creating a complete outfit. While I could not find a year marked on it, it was one of multiple patterns found in my granny's sewing desk, originally for one of my aunts' outfits in the 1950s southern US. Whether you intend to create a jacket, blouse, and skirt for a fun, quirky professional look in the office, or perhaps just the blouse and a sleek sheathe skirt for a more casual feel, this pattern will surely not let you down! Paired with bright or chunky bracelets, or simply a medium length necklace, it's a look that has lasted.
The measurements for this pattern are: 36" bust 28" waist 38" hip
Listed also are the back lengths of the finished garments. They are described as: Finished back length of blouse: 22&3/4" Finished back length of jacket: 21&3/4" Finished length of skirt 26&3/4"
The description on the sleeve reads, "Juniors' and Misses' Blouse, Jacket, and Two Skirts: Sleeveless blouse has round neckline and zipper as back neck. Collarless lined jacket features patch pockets and set-in sleeves. V.1 has from button closing and V.2 has top-stitching detail. V.1 slim skirt has soft pleats at front waistline, back kick pleat and left side zipper closing. V.2 has pressed pleats and back opening under pleats."
The outer sleeve is moderately worn, with small tears at the opening and flap. The instructions are included outside of the sleeve to avoid crushing delicate pattern pieces inside. Hastily folded, the pattern pieces appear all present and in workable condition.