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This is a fabulous vintage 50's pattern featuring three fitted blouses. One is a halter blouse, another has a scoop neckline with a split peplum, and another has a scallop, scoop neckline. This Advance pattern doesn't have a printed copyright date, but I believe it's date is 1952. A vintage size 16 pattern with a 34 inch bust, 28 inch waist, and 37 inch hips. This unprinted, perforated pattern is complete with all 14 pattern pieces and original instruction sheet. An Advance pattern numbered 6085. My patterns are carefully shipped between two boards for protection and in an acid free and archival safe enclosure.

CONDITION---The envelope is in fair/poor vintage condition with worn edges that have some splits, and cracks. Folded edges have been partially taped. Upper back edge has a slight tear. Envelope has discoloration due to age. Stamping on front of envelope. The instruction sheet is in fair vintage condition with discoloration due to age and a small split on edge fold line and interior fold. The pattern is in good vintage condition and usable. Pattern has some pinholes and wrinkles. Could use some low temp ironing.

Whenever there is an overcharge of .75 cents or more on the shipping cost I will do a partial refund thru pay pal.

Domestic-When you purchase multiple patterns the individual shipping and handling cost is less. It costs approximately .35 cents to ship the 2nd pattern. This cost of .35 cents usually covers the individual cost of shipping a pattern up to approximately 6 patterns.

International--When you purchase multiple patterns the individual shipping and handling cost is less. IT isn't quite as easy to give a quote for the shipping and handling cost of additional patterns, but the cost for multiple shipping is significantly less. Sometimes it's actually zero cost to ship another pattern because it's in the same weight range.

Fabulous Vintage 50's Misses Blouse Pattern HALTER, SCALLOP, PEPLUM


  • Vintage Supply from the 1950s
  • Materials: Paper, Pattern envelope, Pattern instruction sheet, Pattern tissue, 50s Advance pattern, Vintage Advance pattern, 50s Advance blouse patterns
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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