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This is a great 1940's unprinted pattern for a jacket and trousers.
The description reads:
Misses' and Women's Jacket and Slacks: The unlined jacket buttons in front below the notched collar. Patch pockets trims fronts. Short sleeves are finished with a hem. Long sleeves are gathered to wristbands. Slacks have a pocket at right side and upper edge joins to a waistband.

Condition: Good. The envelope shows some wear and tear. The pattern is cut and in great, crisp and clean condition.
Complete: No. It's missing the pocket piece "G" which is easily redrafted.
Size: 18, 36" bust, 30" waist.

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Vintage Sewing Pattern Ladies 1940's Jacket and Trouser Dubarry 5593 36" Bust


  • Vintage Supply from the 1940s
  • Materials: pattern, envelope, instructions
  • Ships worldwide from California, United States
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