McCall's 9420; ©1968; Misses' and junior dress in three versions. Three-section dress, with long or short set-in sleeves, is cut in regular or mini length. Dress, lightly fitted by vertical darts and zipper in back, has front fitted by tucks stitched to about 4’’ above waistline. Tucks are unpressed below stitching. Long sleeved dress has faced neck. Dress with short plain sleeves has button trim on center front tuck. Dress with short puffed sleeves, gathered in armholes and gathered and bound with bias self fabric at lower edge, is cut in mini length. Lace edging is included in neck seam and sewn under sleeve binding. Either short sleeved dress has faced neck and self fabric tie belts, included in side seams above waistline, and held by fabric carriers sewn over back darts.

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