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1960s 70s A-line Daytime Dresses Patterns - Group 1

1960s 70s A-line Daytime Dresses Patterns - Group 1

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Overview

  • Vintage Supply from the 1960s
  • Craft type: Sewing
  • Material: paper
  • Favorited by: 6 people
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Description

We have vintage late 1960s and 70s dress patterns, ALL are A-line shifts or trapeze style cut which is why they're in this collection. All can be adapted for any occasion depending on your fabric choice and all are totally timeless!

Simplicity #6968 is a great A-line short sleeve dress, timeless with a princess line side panel. Size 14 (34" Bust). Copyright 1967.

Simplicity #7509 is a great A-line basic pattern with a deep side dart in front, 2 sleeves or sleeveless style. Size 18 1/2 (41" Bust). *Half-Size is what they used to call sizing for middle aged women before Plus Size. Copyright 1967.

Simplicity #5257 is a sleeveless A-line jumper or summer dress. Size 9 (30 1/2" Bust). Copyright 1963.

Simplicity #6645 a "How-To-Sew" Pattern so a good beginner's pattern. Size 12s (31" Bust). *Sub-Teen is modern tweens-juniors sizes so if you're looking for one for your daughter to start on this is it* Copyright 1966.

Simplicity #5205 is a great A-line trapeze style dress in short or long like a Hawaiian muu-muu dress. Size 12 (32" Bust). Copyright 1967.

Simplicity #8783 is a great A-line tunic or mini dress with matching shorts or bell bottoms. Cap sleeve, circle sleeve or long bishop sleeves too! Size 12 (34" Bust). Copyright 1970.

*My advice for using vintage patterns: Carefully flatten out each piece on top of new paper and trace them. Store the old pattern. Use the new one. Sizing is different so make sure to measure and don't rely on size numbers.
We have vintage late 1960s and 70s dress patterns, ALL are A-line shifts or trapeze style cut which is why they're in this collection. All can be adapted for any occasion depending on your fabric choice and all are totally timeless!

Simplicity #6968 is a great A-line short sleeve dress, timeless with a princess line side panel. Size 14 (34" Bust). Copyright 1967.

Simplicity #7509 is a great A-line basic pattern with a deep side dart in front, 2 sleeves or sleeveless style. Size 18 1/2 (41" Bust). *Half-Size is what they used to call sizing for middle aged women before Plus Size. Copyright 1967.

Simplicity #5257 is a sleeveless A-line jumper or summer dress. Size 9 (30 1/2" Bust). Copyright 1963.

Simplicity #6645 a "How-To-Sew" Pattern so a good beginner's pattern. Size 12s (31" Bust). *Sub-Teen is modern tweens-juniors sizes so if you're looking for one for your daughter to start on this is it* Copyright 1966.

Simplicity #5205 is a great A-line trapeze style dress in short or long like a Hawaiian muu-muu dress. Size 12 (32" Bust). Copyright 1967.

Simplicity #8783 is a great A-line tunic or mini dress with matching shorts or bell bottoms. Cap sleeve, circle sleeve or long bishop sleeves too! Size 12 (34" Bust). Copyright 1970.

*My advice for using vintage patterns: Carefully flatten out each piece on top of new paper and trace them. Store the old pattern. Use the new one. Sizing is different so make sure to measure and don't rely on size numbers.

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Sizes are not all equal! Each era and pattern brand has a different size number system, so please check the measurements. ie: Just because it says 12 doesn't mean the same size as a 12 garment in a store today :)
We spent hours sorting all our patterns by ERA/DATE and TYPE. In some cases we have a pile of say, 60s little dresses so they're all together for you to choose from, just note the Pattern Company and # Number. Etsy will show us which one your ordered when we get the payment alert!
Order 3 or more patterns and get FREE Shipping within the USA! Code: 3SHIPFREEUSA Offer not valid on International Orders.
*Otherwise No Haggling Please*
We spent HOURS checking all these envelopes! Please double check your pattern upon arrival and if there is a discrepancy we need to know about it within 3 business days.
Otherwise we're going to assume you copied/used the pattern and are making a false claim. Sorry but that's how some people are, and PatternJones isn't a lending library.
Once upon a time in her other glamorous life, Pattern Jones needed to hoard all this stuff for Period Film Costume Production for TV, Film, and Broadway.
SO! Some of these patterns were indeed used and some were not. Individual listings do not state which one, but if a dead-stock (unused) item is what you want please inquire with the listing link and pattern # and we will gladly double check before purchase.

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