The draped collar option gives this 1960’s McCall’s knee-length A-line dress pattern added flair! “A-line dress, with or without long set-in sleeves, has center back zipper and faced and interfaced neck. Dress has vertical and horizontal seaming in front and back skirt and bodice. Long sleeves, gathered into armholes, are gathered at wrists by elastic in casings. Sleeveless high cut armholes are faced. Sleeveless, collarless dress has stitch trimmed seams. Sleeveless dress worn with self fabric tie belt, or sleeved dress have bias collar included in neck facing seam. Draped collar is pleated and closed with hooks and eyes in back.”
Pattern: McCall’s 9742 (11 pcs w/instructions, uncut, complete & factory folded)
Back waist length: 16 1/2
Envelope: Good/fair: wear & tear on edges/sides/top flap, light age discoloration
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