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Pattern by : McCall's
Pattern Number #8736
Copyright : 1960s
The pattern is : Complete FACTORY FOLDED, no envelope just print out images for your reference, otherwise uncut and complete with instructions.
Size: 10 Bust: 31 Hip: 33
Size: 14 Bust: 34 Hip: 36
Size: 16 Bust: 36 Hip: 38
McCall's 8736; ©1967; Misses' Djellaba in Two Lengths and Two-Piece Bathing Suit. Raglan sleeved djellaba in long or short length, and two-piece bathing suit with back buttoned bra. Sleeves, neck and front opening of djellaba are faced with self fabric and bound with bias contrast fabric. Faced and button trimmed inset of contrast fabric is sewn under front opening. Dart fitted bathing suit bra, with built-up shoulders, is interfaced and lined. Upper edge and leg openings of dart fitted shorts are faced. Shorts are lined, have elastic in leg openings of lining and left side zipper.
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