1940s Strapless Evening Gown Pattern, Simplicity 3047, Jacket and Dress Sewing Patterns, Uncut
You’ll be guaranteed to turn heads in this stunning strapless evening gown! This lovely 1940’s Simplicity jacket and dress sewing pattern offers enchanting elegance: “The fitted bodice comes to two points at the upper edge and joins the four-gored, flared skirt at the natural waistline. Straps are optional. Darts fit the front buttoned jacket which is styled with three-quarter kimono sleeves banded with pointed cuffs. A pointed collar cut in one with jacket front tapers away to nothing in back. A lining may or may not be used. Style 1, the evening dress, is trimmed with a bias fold stitched to the inside of the bodice front, and a long ribbon belt ties in a back bow.”
Pattern: Simplicity 3047 (15 pcs uncut & complete w/instruction, factory folded)
Copyright: ca 1949
Envelope: Fair: wrinkled, wear/tear at corners & flap, age discoloration
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