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1940s Dress Pattern McCall 7286 Bust 30 Womens Vintage Sewing Pattern Bias Cut Flared Skirt Tuck Fitted Short Kimono Sleeves

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McCall 7286 Vintage 1948© Misses' Dress: Flared skirt dress with side zipper closing, self fabric or purchased belt. View A is bias cut. Bodice is tuck fitted at the waist with short kimono sleeves with shoulder pads. View A with pointed collar and V-neckline or optional hook and eye neck closure. View B has round collar with neckline slit, bias binding with front tie ends.

This is the original pattern, not a reproduction copy or PDF. Photos are of the actual pattern you will receive. The envelope is tanned and brittle, bumped and worn at corners, edges and opening. The top seam is completely split.

Date: 1948©
Condition: Complete
Number of Pattern Pieces: 16

Size: 12
Bust: 30"
Waist: 25"
Hip: 33"

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In the 40's, 50's and 60's the USDA published many informational fitting and tailoring booklets that, although not applicable to many of today's fashions, might be helpful for sewing with vintage patterns. If you are interested in viewing of these publications, please let me know when you make your purchase and I will send you a link.

To learn how to successfully enlarge a pattern that is too small please visit this tutorial at Threads Magazine: http://www.threadsmagazine.com/item/4368/making-sense-of-pattern-grading or visit this link to learn how to alter at the seam: http://www.threadsmagazine.com/item/5053/the-seam-method-of-pattern-alteration

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1940s Dress Pattern McCall 7286 Bust 30 Womens Vintage Sewing Pattern Bias Cut Flared Skirt Tuck Fitted Short Kimono Sleeves


  • Vintage Supply from the 1940s
  • Size: Bust 30 inches
  • Materials: vintage sewing pattern, paper, printed tissue paper, envelope, instructions
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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