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McCall's 8052

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McCall's 8052; ©1965; Girls' Dress. High-waisted dress, with or without long set-in sleeves, has dart fitted bodice, two-piece gathered skirt and interfaced front buttoned opening; opening skirt front is fastened with snaps. Skirt of contrasting fabric has patch pockets. Ruffles at wrists of long sleeves are formed by elastic sewn underneath sleeves, and bias self-fabric ruffle is included in neckline and front facing seam. Dress of two fabrics has ribbon belt at high waistline seam, tied in bow at front and held in place by thread carriers. Dress of one fabric has self-fabric tie belt. A "Mother & Daughter" fashion, for Mother see McCall's 7861.

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