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McCall 1552; ©1950; Misses' Collars and Cuffs.
This illustration is from the Fall-Winter 1950-51 issue of MCCALL NEEDLEWORK magazine. Description from the magazine: Whether you choose the Cavalier style, lush with Irish lace, or the deceptively demure look of the Puritan, you'll want big, sparkling white pique collars to spark up your dark dresses. Puritan collar dips to deep point in back. Once size, 3 styles with cuffs. Pattern, 35 cents.
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This photo is from the Fall-Winter 1950-51 issue of MCCALL NEEDLEWORK magazine. Description from the magazine: Dramatize your shoulder-wide collar! Make them in brushed jersey, printed like a zebra or leopard. First collar has deep notch at back; round one dips to a point. And for whimsy, make a stuffed zebra (No. 1299) or Cat (No.1434).
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