This authentic vintage sewing pattern has all the classic silhouettes in one envelope!
With a fit and flare dress, a slender sheath dress, a skinny skirt and a fantastic pleated full skirt, you have the basis for a complete rockabilly girl wardrobe!
Jr. Misses' and Misses' one-piece dress, jumper with two skirts and two separate skirts. Jumper dress is sleeveless, has square neckline and may have top-stitching details. V. 1 has softly pleated full skirt. V. 2 has sheath skirt with soft pleats at each side of center front waistline and a back kick-pleat. V. 3 skirt is the same as V. 1... V. 4 skirt is same as V. 2
They suggest fabrics of: velveteen, cottons, pique, linen, rayons, silks, faille, crepe, taffeta, shantung, barathea, silk-linen, blends.
This is sized vintage 12, which has only a 32" bust, 25" waist, and 34" hip. However, if you know how to grade patterns, this can easily be adjusted to fit larger sizes.
The envelope's colors are forest green, dark brown, red and wheat. The envelope has a large tear on each side from the top down into the front of the envelope, however, if you make magnets (or wrapping paper or greeting cards) out of the graphics of vintage patterns, the girl in brown is untouched, and the girl in green only has a rip through her left arm. and, by the way, we LOVE her shoes!!
The pattern has 10 pieces, all are here, and so are the instructions.
The date on the instructions is 1957, while the date on the pattern envelope is 1959.
We are a member of The VFG, The Vintage Fashion Guild.