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Vogue Basic Design 2412; ca. 1970; Misses' Coat. Wrap coat in four lengths hs full length raglan sleeves, patch pockets, back pleat and self belt. Large round notched collar with or without detachable fur collar. Top-stitch trim. Pants and scarf not included.
Featured in Vogue International Pattern Book October/November 1970 and April/May 1971, as well as Vogue International Pattern Book December 1971/January 1972
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3 views of Vogue 2412:
The photo at left is from the Fall/Winter 1971 issue of LADIES' HOME JOURNAL NEEDLE & CRAFT magazine. Description from the magazine: Unconventionally classic in pattern on pattern. A printed knit tank top (Butterick 6519) is defiantly jaunty in company with the more sedate plaid of the wrap coat & knickers (Butterick 6054).
The 2 photos below are from the Fall/Winter 1973 issue of LADIES' HOME JOURNAL NEEDLE & CRAFT magazine. Description from the magazine: Two wrap-around coats possess the same individualistic spirit as the magnificent blankets woven by the first Americans. The coats are made from Indian patterned blankets by Pendlton. The striped version is fleece lined. To take advantage of each blanket design, we have created special cutting layouts.
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