Looking for something a little more than a vest? Check out this 60’s easy sewing box jacket pattern from Butterick! Dress up your outfits with a variety of looks: “Lined, semi-fit jacket, slightly below waist with unmounted three-quarter sleeves, high round neck, contrast braid trim. (B) no braid. (C) Boxy hip length jacket with single button closing, top stitch trim, no lining.”
Pattern: Butterick 9767 (6 pcs w/instructions, uncut & complete, some age discoloration on instructions)
Copyright: ca 1960
Size: 14 or 16
Bust: 34 or 36
Waist: 26 or 28
Hip: 36 or 38
Back waist length: 16 ¼ or 16 ½
Finished length from back of neck to lower edge - Views A & B - no hem allowed: 17 ½ or 17 ¾
View C 1 ½” hem allowed: 19 ¾ or 20
Envelope: Poor/fragile: all-around wear & tear, brittle on tops, age discoloration
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