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I'm selling off part of my historic costume bridal/prom/formal pattern collection! All patterns are new, unused, and in factory folds, unless otherwise specified. . . Some creasing happens to the envelopes as a result of being moved around from factory to store to shopping bag to my pattern drawer. . . Please refer to pictures. I will try to note if there is any significant damage to the envelope. Make sure you check out my store to see what other patterns I have that you might like! :)

This listing is for two patterns. The first is McCall's #3449, an absolutely gorgeous bridal gown pattern that definitely has an Elizabethan or 18th century inspiration going on. The dress is in two pieces: Skirt (with optional train) and separate bodice (with optional over-skirt attached) which laces up the back. The It's very romantic, and Cinderella! :) This is the size range 12-16 (which is 34"-38" bust).

The second pattern included is McCall's #3315, which looks to me to have an Elizabethan or Victorian influence to it. This is also a two-piece ensemble, the skirt, and the corset bodice with optional sleeves in two different length choices. How unusual and beautiful this design is! Nobody will have the same dress as you, that's for sure! ;) This is the size range 12-16 (which is 34"-38" bust).

Wedding Bridal Prom Elizabethan Dress Costume patterns McCall's 3449 McCall's 3315 sizes 12-16 (34"-38" bust)


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