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Simplicity 3021

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Simplicity 3021; ca. late 1950s; Misses' Set of Blouses: "Simple to Make" blouses are sleeveless. V. 1 has low rounded neckline; contrast bias binding trims neck and armhole edges extending into tie shoulder straps. V. 2 features low round neckline. V. 3 overblouse has low square neckline and self fabric band with bow trim.

Suggested fabrics: All views – Cottons and blends; broadcloth, calico, gingham, pique, linen. Rayons, silks and synthetics; faille, taffeta, sharkskin, shantung, corduroy, velveteen, satin. V. 2 also in wools. V. 3 also in even lengthwise stripes. Notions required: View 1, 2 and 3 – Spools of thread. View 1 – Contrasting thread, double fold bias tape (optional). View 1 and 2 – 12 inch lightweight zipper. The pattern has 13 pieces and 1 instruction sheet. There is also a “How to do it – Neckline Ease” chart printed on a piece of pattern paper.

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