1940s Square Neck Ball Gown Pattern, Butterick 3836, Easy Wedding Dress Pattern
Are you looking to make an incredibly stunning ball gown or wedding dress? Take a look at this original vintage 1940’s Butterick sewing pattern! It offers gorgeous style and is easy sewing: “A charming belle of the ball dress with a low, wide neckline, cap sleeves, flattering basque bodice, enchanting eyelet, lace or ribbon peplum (view A) and a billowing dirndl skirt. This dance frock is ‘Quick and Easy’ to cut and sew.”
Pattern: Butterick 3836 (9 pcs cut, complete with instructions; some pieces are wrinkled, instructions are fragile – unprinted pattern pieces)
Copyright: ca 1946
Envelope: Poor/Fragile: readable
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