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Simplicity 1687 A

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Simplicity 1687

Simplicity 1687; ©1945; Child's Playsuit and Smock (for these transfers and 23 others see Pattern 7123): The smock is styled with a yoke releasing gathers at the upper front edges and back. The mite-size sleeves are gathered and finished with binding. A miniature collar trims the neck. The overalls are dart-fitted at the back waistline and suspenders support the bib. The trouser legs are cuffed. Style I displays the smock with a contrasting collar and a pocket. In Style II the collar and bib of suit are edged in lace. Embroidery designs trim the bib and overalls. Ruffles are optional.

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