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○1986 Flutter Sleeves Dress Sewing Pattern. Uncut/Factory Folds.Bust 32 1/2, 34, 36.

Dress buttoned to waist has back pleated to yoke, gored skirt, stitched to oversized blouson bodice at elasticized waistline and self belt. View 1 has long sleeves with buttoned cuffs. View 2 and View 3 have elbow length sleeves. (Wrong side of fabric will show when sleeves are rolled up)

The envelope is slightly worn around corners, edges, and flap.


Size 10, 12, 14
Bust 32 1/2, 34, 36
Waist 25, 26 1/2, 28
Hip 34 1/2, 36, 38

Year: 1986

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Simplicity 7510 Womens 80s Flutter Sleeve Dress with Flared Skirt Sewing Pattern Bust 32 to 36

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Overview

  • Vintage Supply from the 1980s
  • Materials: soft cotton types, broadcloth, damask, muslin, dress weight linen, challis silk types, jacquards, tissue faille, crepe de chine, charmeuse
  • Ships worldwide from California, United States
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