1950s BEAUTIFUL Full Circle Skirt Pattern ADVANCE 6688 Super Easy To Make Only 2 Pieces and Waistband, Waist 24 Vintage Sewing Pattern

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Product Number:P6688JY31
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Pattern by : Advance Patterns
Pattern Number #6688
Copyright :  1950s
The pattern is : Complete
Size:       Waist:   24      Hip:  33

Advance 6699; ca. 1954; Misses' Skirt: Full Circle Skirt - Two pattern pieces and waistline belt - Can be made in many different fabrics and worn for daytime and evening occasions. (View 1) Make it in cottons, silks, rayon, wools in plain, printed, plaid or striped fabric - Cutting layout given for border print fabric - Also cut for corduroy - For evening, make it in lace with a narrow horsehair finishing at the hem - Make the same skirt in taffeta and wear the lace skirt over it. (View 2) Instructions are given for making skirt of felt.

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