Simplicity 1782; ca. 1940s; MISSES’ AND WOMEN’S BLOUSE: The blouse is seamed at the center front and gathered at the side fronts. The back is fitted with darts at the shoulders and waistline. In Style I the cut-out neckline is finished with a bias bow. The sleeves are long and the straight peplum fits snugly. Style II and III are made with flared peplums and deep V necklines. Style II is made with push-up sleeves. In Style III the sleeves are short. Sequins add smart detail to each style. Transfer for sequins included.
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My copy is missing piece D, the back facing. I would love a copy or an original, and would be happy to pay: AFewThreadsLoose.