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Simplicity 3106 A

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Simplicity 3106

Simplicity 3106; ca. 1939; Misses’ Dress: Here is a frock that is a triumph of designing. The bodice moulds the figure and is closed with slide fastener or loops and buttons at front. It joins the bias skirt at the low waistline, giving a two-piece effect. It may be worn with or without the contrasting collar and buttoned tabs. Sleeves are set-in, long or short.

Featured in Simplicity Prevue June 1939

Largest Size available for this pattern: 20 (Bust 38”)

Fabric required:3 3/8 yards of 35” inches for short sleeved dress, 3 5/8 yards for long sleeved dress. Suggested fabrics: Dress with short sleeves – Plain or Printed; Novelty cottons, novelty silks, spun rayons, flat crepe, rough silks. Dress with long sleeves – Plain or Printed; Novelty silks, sheer wool, velvetween, canton crepe, rayons, wool jersey, novelty cottons. Collar – Linen, organdy, pique, silk crepe.

Additional notions required: Slide fasteners (16”), 2 or 18 buttons (1/2” diameter), loop braid (optional), 2 spools thread, 1 spool contrast, snap fasteners, hooks and eyes, seam binding, shields.

Pattern has 9 pieces and 1 instruction sheet.

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