Comfort and class! This 1970’s pattern by Don Sayres for Vogue American Designer offers great retro style: “Very loose-fitting, pullover, bias dress, six inches (15 cm) below mid-knee or slightly below ankle length with front and back gathered into bias neckline binding extending into tie ends, has center front neckline slit, pockets in side seams and narrow hem. Full-length raglan sleeves are gathered into buttoned cuffs. Topstitching. May be worn with purchased belt forming blouson at waistline.”
Pattern: Vogue 1962 (9 pcs w/instructions, uncut & complete, factory folded)
Waist: 26 1/2
Back waist length: 16 1/4
Envelope: Fair/poor: wear & tear on edges/sides/top flap, light age discoloration, store stamp & ink spots on front, ink through price on back
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