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Talk about high style! These fashion were for the ladies who lunch, and today, they will turn heads and stun everyone, whether you wear these to the office or the opera.
This is from 1953 by Emile Bernat & Co. and has 32 pages, not including front and back covers. This softcover staple-back measures 8-3/4" x 11-3/4" and has patterns and instructions for 16 knitted one and two-piece dresses and suits shown in the pictures. Also includes information regarding interchangeable Bernat yarns in 3 yarn groups with gauge and needle size. Patterns are written for sizes 12 (bust 31"), 14 (bust size 36") and 16 (bust size 38").

This item is in very good vintage condition. The front and back covers have light scuffing, binding shows wear , and inside only gentle use is evident.

The black and white photos are stunning here, and could easily be used for decor. But make a suit or dress from this book and you will be the most fashion forward in your group!

As always, your shipping charge will be what the post office prints on the stamp, so if I quoted high, even on multi-item purchases, I will refund you the difference back to your Paypal account. If I quoted low- you've got a deal!

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1950s Dresses and Suits Pattern Bernat Handicrafter Book 35

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