You want your wedding dress to be special, and sewing your own gown means you’ll have a unique keepsake. Sewing that dress from this original 1930’s Butterick pattern takes it to the next level, giving you a gown with elegance and stunning retro style - a true heirloom! “Dinner or Bridal Gown for Women and Misses. One-Piece Front and Back with Skirt Attached Across Front and Sides. With or without Train. Purchased Flowers.”
Pattern: Butterick 8543 (11 pcs with New Deltor instructions, complete, unprinted pieces; pattern piece #1 has a small piece of tape and a tiny hole, does not affect use) Copyright: ca 1930's, possibly 1939 Size: 14 Bust: 32 Waist: 27 Hip: 35 Envelope: Fair/Poor/Fragile: readable, overall wear and foxing from age
Listing is for this sewing pattern, not the finished item. Listing is for the original pattern, not a copy. The first photo has been edited to highlight pattern, all other photos are as accurate a representation as possible. All images are subject to copyright, and may not be used without permission.
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