1940s Betty Grable Hollywood Pattern 731 Dress Sewing Pattern
Hollywood Pattern 731, 1940s Betty Grable Dress
Hollywood Pattern 731
1940s Betty Grable Hollywood Pattern 731 V Neck Dress Sewing Pattern with Bishop Sleeves, Bust 38

1940s Betty Grable Hollywood Pattern 731 V Neck Dress Sewing Pattern with Bishop Sleeves, Bust 38

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Actress Betty Grable was best known as *the* pin-up girl of World War II. However, she couldn’t wear a bathing suit all of the time;-) This lovely 1940s Hollywood Pattern features a dress designed not only to show off your legs, but to also do it elegantly! “The skirt features front fullness below a shallow yoke and joins the blouse under a narrow tied belt. The blouse is gathered below a dropped-shoulder yoke, front and back, and very full bishop sleeves with deep cuffs are featured. Bracelet length sleeves also included. Low two-button-closing below narrow shawl collar.”

Pattern: Hollywood 731 (15 pcs w/instructions, complete, unprinted pieces, instructions were folded and may have been stapled at one point, some pattern pieces are wrinkled and some have age discoloration on edges, all usable)
Copyright: ca 1941
Size: 20
Bust: 38
Waist: 32
Hip: 41
Envelope: Fragile/Poor: readable & clear graphics, wear & tear at corners, sides, top & bottom, age discoloration

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