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Hollywood 429

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Hollywood 429; 1940s; Unprinted pattern. One-Piece Dress or Housecoat "Sew-Simple". One-piece "Sew-Simple" dress, in instep length or shorter. Wide four-piece bias skirt joins the bodice in very high pointed line in front, and under a belt in back. Shoulder tucks release bust fullness and sleeves may be bracelet length or short. Cone-shaped pockets are optional.

This pattern was printed by the Hollywood Pattern Company in 1940.

Featured in the June 1940 Hollywood Pattern booklet.

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