Anne Adams 4660

Anne Adams Pattern 4660; ca. 1944; Misses' Dress or Pinafore with or without Shoulder Ruffle.

One piece dress with short sleeves that are gathered at the shoulder and with small tucks at the lower edges, or a pinafore without the sleeves. The dress and pinafore have princess seams and 5 parts in front and 3 in back. Both styles can be made with or without the ruffles that start narrow near the waistline, in front and back of bodice, and become wider at the shoulder. A contrasting ruffle can also be used. Features a sweetheart neckline, gently flared gored skirt and a tie belt.

A 1944 newspaper ad for this pattern describes the dress as follows: "ANNE ADAMS Crisp-as-lettuce pinafore in a dainty floral print. Pattern 4660 is gay with ruffles, equally smart without. Sleeves included. " The ad was from the San Bernardino County Sun - August 9th, 1944.

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