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This is a PDF of an amazing pattern from my collection. This was originally released in the summer of 1950.

The Pattern is drafted in a size 34" bust, but the instructions say that it is easily made into a 32" bust by subtracting an inch from the back pattern piece, or it can be expanded into a 36" bust by adding an inch in the same place.

I have made this pattern myself and it took maybe 4 hours. It's a quick, easy, fantastic project that turns into an amazing bra top. This is perfect for wear on the beach, as a bra, or added to your favorite skirt sewing pattern for an amazing dress.

I will email the pattern pdf to you within 24 hours.
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Printing a PDF is easy. Just open, hit print, and make sure that your printer scale is set to 100% (this should be the default setting in most cases).

This pattern requires 7/8 of a yard.
You can also see a finished beach bra top, and other tips for sewing it here:

If you're interested in vintage patterns and sewing, check out my blog for sewing tips, rants, coupon codes, complaints, pattern features and general misbehavior.

By purchasing this pdf you agree to the following guidelines:
This is a a vintage pattern that I have redesigned and digitized. This pdf is my design work, and therefore copyrighted.
You may not re-sell this pdf or the pattern itself as your own work. You have my permission to sell any clothing you make from my pdf patterns but you may not credit the design as your own.
If you do create them for resale, I would love to see pictures!

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