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McCall's 6260 Doll Clothes Sewing Pattern Vintage 1960s for Barbie Babette Tina Marie Liza Polly Size 11 1/2"

McCall's 6260 Doll Clothes Sewing Pattern Vintage 1960s for Barbie Babette Tina Marie Liza Polly Size 11 1/2"

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Overview

  • Vintage Supply from the 1960s
  • Craft type: Doll making, Sewing
  • Material: printed paper sewing pattern
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Vintage 1961 McCall's Doll Clothes Pattern - Barbie Wardrobe Sewing Pattern.
for Teen Fashion Dolls such as Barbie, Babette, Tina, Tina Marie, Liza, Polly and Others. This is an original printed paper pattern, NOT a copy.

Dolls' Wardrobe - (A) Sleeveless sheath with attached eyelet overskirt, matching panties. (B) Slim strapless ball gown and stole with contrasting ribbon midriff and stole facings. (C) Flared great coat with unmounted sleeves and oversized patch pockets, one-piece mink hat. (D) Japanese style kimono with contrast binding and belt, large pockets. (E) Fashionable jersey stretch pants and frog trimmed jacket. (F) Polka dot bikini.

Pattern is partly cut. Views C, D, E, and F are unused / uncut. View B is cut and complete. View A is MISSING the bodice and bodice lining -- you can probably easily recreate these from the picture on back of envelope. Direction sheet is included -- yellowed from age, but in good condition. Front of envelope is stamped; flap is missing.

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