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This is a roughly treated, and rather mysterious New York 339 from the early 1940s.

Ladies and Misses Dresses. High or sweetheart neck; One piece gathered armhole ruffles or short sleeves. One piece belt inserted between waist and three piece skirt with two styles of pockets; sash attached to sides of inset belt and tied at back.

Condition: Rough, torn envelope. Instructions have some tears at fold, but are still very usable. Pattern pieces are good and complete.
Pattern complete: Yes.
Size: Unknown! That part was torn off and instructions don't say. There is a very faint 13 stamped on the envelope in an odd spot, which could make it about a 31" bust but it's hard to say, because I've had some patterns that had completely irrelevant #'s stamped on them. The pattern is priced accordingly.

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Vintage Sewing Pattern Ladies Dress New York 339

Overview

  • Vintage Supply from the 1940s
  • Material: paper
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  • Ships worldwide from California, United States
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