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Here's a vintage pattern from Butterick, circa 1962, for a suit that's oh-so-Jackie - there's a simple straight skirt, a back-buttoned blouse, and a jacket with a wide, pointed collar.

View A is made all of one fabric; the jacket buttons in front and has decorative pocket flaps. For View B, the jacket is open, and the blouse and the jacket facings are made of contrast fabric. The blouse has short sleeves in both views, and the jacket has 3/4-length sleeves.

Bust 38"
Waist 30"
Hip 40"

The pattern pieces are still in factory folds. The instructions are slightly discolored. The envelope has tears on the front below the flap; the worst extends most of the way across the illustration at the top. There are several tiny stains on the envelope (all smaller than a pencil eraser).

Butterick 2178, early 1960s suit


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  • Vintage Supply from the 1960s
  • Craft type: Sewing
  • Material: paper
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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  • Favorited by: 7 people