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Once upon a time there lived women who, when they wanted new clothing, had to make it themselves from yards and yards of fabric. They used tissue paper patterns to make their shirt, dress, skirt, whatever they desired. Even their pants!
Some of these fragile patterns have survived the years. Please enjoy this peek into the past as I list patterns from a collection I recently inherited.

Pattern Description: Butterick 3570 "Loose-fitting straight-legged bib overalls in two lengths have attached straps with overall buckle closure, side-buttoned closing, shaped patch pockets and topstitch trim. WIth or without embroidery. (Transfers and instructions for embroidery included.) Purchased tops. "

Condition: Size is marked in pen on envelope back and flap is missing. Pattern is complete, cut and printed. Instruction sheet is present.

Size: 12
Bust: 34
Waist: 26 1/2
Hips: 36

This is an original pattern.

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Vintage Women's Overall Pattern: Butterick 3570, Size 12


  • Vintage Supply from the 1970s
  • Material: paper
  • Feedback: 184 reviews
  • Ships worldwide from United States