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Simplicity 1852

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Simplicity 1852; ©1946; Girl's One-Piece Dress: The fitted bodice joins sthe dirndl skirt at the natural waistline. The dress is finished with a front-button closing and a bow-trimmed keyhole neckline. Tie ends form a back bow and the short puffed sleeves are edged with bias binding. Style ! has a ruffle trim at the front edge and piping at the waistline seam. Ins Style II, embroidery accents the neck edge and patch pockets while piping trims the waistline and sleeve seams. A transfer design for embroidery is included.

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