Style 2992 Skirt Pattern, Miss size 8 waist 23". Vintage skirt pattern. 1971 skirt pattern. Box pleat skirt pattern. 1970's style.

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Style 2992 Skirt in Three Lengths

Pattern for woman’s skirt, Miss size 8 to fit 23” waist (58.5cm)

Pattern dates from 1971

Classic skirt style suitable for denim, velvet, corduroy, tweed and other heavy skirt fabrics. The design features an A silhouette with a deep inverted pleat at the front and three style variations (length and waistband). The boxy style is ideal for a petite figure.

• Outer envelope has some small tears around the edges, mainly at the top, but is clean and unstained.
• The pattern is complete with instructions. Instructions are unmarked and undamaged.
• The pattern pieces are complete, partly uncut and in good condition.


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