This all-original early printed sewing pattern is complete and factory folded, appearing to be unused. The New McCall Pattern No. 4576, Girls' two-piece dress, dated 1921, vintage size 6 years, bust 24-1/2 inches, finished length from back of neck 25 inches.
Makes a versatile two-piece child-size flapper dress and over-blouse with two variations: View A features a sleeveless under-dress dress with long torso, deep U-neckline, drop-waist and straight skirt lightly gathered for fullness with a front pleat. Tunic style over-blouse has long sleeves gathered to a band at the wrist, pointed collar with contrast bow tie, front band accented with decorative stitching and sweet buttons. View B has the same slip-over dress, paired with an over-blouse with short, cuffed sleeves.
The printed pattern pieces are complete and factory folded. They appear unused. All directions for cutting and making are printed right on the pattern itself. In addition this pattern includes cutting diagrams for laying this size on tw0 different widths of material, construction diagram showing how to assemble, suggestions for material and trimmings, and charts of finishing details. The sepia-tone envelope has wear, as shown. It is intact and fully legible with intact top flap.