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McCall's 9619 A

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McCall's 9619; ©1969; Misses' Dress in Three Versions.  Dress, with part way buttoned front opening, has long or short set-in sleeves. Four section skirt, seamed part-way under front pleat, is gathered at back and side fronts and seamed at waistline to bodice.  Bodice, gathered at back and side fronts, may be tucked.  Faced collar is included in neck facing seam and left side of skirt opening is faced. Short sleeves are turned back to form cuffs; long sleeves are pleated into buttoned bands.  Stitch trimmed dresses, with plain bodice, have patch pockets sewn on skirt fronts and included in side seams above and below pocket opening.  Dresses, worn with buckled self fabric or purchased belt, held by fabric carriers, are interfaced where neccessary.

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