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Pattern by : Simplicity Patterns
Pattern Number #7867
Copyright : 1960s
The pattern is : Complete FACTORY FOLDED no envelope, just print out images for your reference, otherwise complete & uncut.
Size: 16 Bust: 38 Hip: 40
Simplicity 7867; ©1968; Misses' Dress with Detachable Collars: (Including Bonus Chart ... "How to work with plaids"). The sleeveless dress with cap sleeves has back zipper, high round neckline and optional front and back waistline darts. V. 1 with self fabric carriers and purchased belt worn below normal waistline has contrasting detachable collar buttoned over a self fabric bias "stand-up" collar. V. 2, 3 & 4 have optional purchased belt worn at waistline. V. 3 has contrasting detachable long pointed collar. V. 4 has contrasting detachable collar with "stand-up" neck band and bias self fabric bow.
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