Looking for a vintage dress pattern that offers lots of great choices? This easy sewing 60’s Butterick shift dress pattern is the one for you! “Jewel necked, raglan sleeved, step-in shift with zipper under applied front band or grosgrain ribbon. (A) Ankle length dress with cap sleeves, ribbon belt and trim. (B) Sheer, underlined dress with long, slender sleeves, lace ruffling and ribbon trim. (C) Cap sleeves, patch pockets, ribbon trim. (D) Standing band collar, long banded sleeves, button and top stitch trim. (E) Short sleeves, Peter Pan collar, cuffs and front band. Button trim. (F) Contrast cap sleeves and front band. Purchased belt.”
Pattern: Butterick 3765 (11 pcs w/instructions, uncut & complete, factory folded)
Copyright: ca 1965
Back waist length: 16 1/4
Envelope: Good/fair: wear & tear on edges/sides/top flap, light age discoloration
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