Butterick 3410; ca. 1945; Misses' Sun or House Frock: and Bonnet. Wear this sleeveless, button-front dirndl frock when you're sunning, doing house chores or gardening, or as a jumper. The shoulder straps can be untied and the entire dress laid flat for ironing. The bonnet, too, can be placed flat for ironing. This is a "Mother & Daughter" fashion, for Daughter's pattern see Butterick 3400.

Featured in Butterick Fashion News, May 1946

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