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McCall's 9567 A

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McCall's 9567; ©1968; Misses' Dress in Three Versions. Dress with long or short set-in sleeves. Three section skirt, seamed at waistline to bodice, is gathered at back and side fronts and has front pleat. Bodice, fitted by princess seaming in front and vertical back darts, has faced buttoned bands sewn to fronts. Faced collar is included in neck facing seam. Skirt front opening, under pleat, is snapped closed. Long sleeves are gathered into buttoned bands. Sleeved dresses, with front bands and collar of contrast fabric, may be worn with tie belt of band fabric, or purchased belt. Sleeved dress, with self fabric collar and front bands, is worn with buckled self fabric belt. Collar, front bands and sleeve bands are interfaced.

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