Simplicity 4365; ca. early 1940s; Girls' Coat in Two Lengths: A convertible collar trims the neckline. The back is seamed at the center for a smooth fit. Convenient welt pockets trim the front. In Style I, top-stitching trims the edges. Make it unbelted, or cinched in at the waistline with a self-fabric belt. This is a "Mother & Daughter" fashion, for Mother see Simplicity 4372.

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