This vintage sewing pattern is by Du Barry, printed in the USA. It is authentic and original, it is NOT a copy.
There are a total of 7 pieces, and all are present.
This is called "easily made" and we agree, it is a very simple, easy to sew pattern!
Their description is:
Misses' house dress or house coat. Front of blouse gathers below shoulders. Patch pockets trims fronts. Fig.l: house coat, has long or short sleeves gathered into armhole. Fig. II: house dress, has sleeves gathered into armhole, and pleated at lower edge.
They suggest fabrics such as: linen, percale, cotton poplin, pique, seersucker, silk or rayon crepe, spun rayon, and for the long sleeves: terry cloth, flannel, wool crepe.
This is sizes as a 12, which at that time had a bust of only 30". If you know how to grade patterns, this can easily be adjusted to fit larger sizes.
The colors of the envelope are red white and blue. The two girls on the front are both in their entirety with no tears across them. The bottom of the envelope (which is where DuBarry puts their flaps) is missing it's flap.
Copyright date of 1941.
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