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McCall's 8671

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McCall's 8671; ©1967; Girls' Separates: Shirt in Two Versions, Overblouse and Skirt. (not suitable for chubby girls) Front buttoned, yoked shirt with roll-up or long set-in sleeves, yoked overblouse with above wrist length set-in sleeves, and three section A-line skirt with or without belt. Shirt has curved vents in side seams, box pleat below faced yoke at back. Long sleeves have applied overlaps and are pleated into buttoned cuffs. Collar is faced and interfaced. Overblouse neck is faced and opening in back yoke is closed with button and loop. Shirt and overblouse are trimmed with machine stitching. Skirt has inside waistband of grosgrain ribbon, back zipper. When interfaced, contour belt, buttoned at front, is used, skirt has belt carriers and front is maching stitched in yoke effect.

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