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5325

Madame Weigel's 5325; published in Madame Weigel's Journal of Fashion November 1, 1927; Girl's frock joined under belt, with or without gathered flounce. This frock is suitable for making in two styles. It may have long sleeves and a square neck, or short sleeves, a round neck and a flounce on the skirt. A narrow sash tied at the side finishes the waist. The frock is suitable for making in plain and fancy voile, muslin, gingham, crepe de chine, Fuji, or other silks.

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