Vintage Sewing Patterns

Simplicity 3782 B

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MISSES' AND WOMEN'S SPORTS OR "AT HOME FROCK. Style I is collarless and trimmed with rows of stitching at the neckline, front and sleeve edges. Buttons parade in close formation from neckline to hem and a useful patch pocket finishes the right side of the skirt front. The bodice, gathered at the lowe edge, joins the skirt at the natural waistline under a belt. Style II is finished with a becoming scalloped collar and may be made with long or short sleeves.

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