An unused original ca. 1967 Vogue Pattern 6730. Coat. Flared coat, cut in one with three-quarter length sleeves, has shaped collar and seam pockets. Street length with side slits and bow trim or seven-eighths coat length.
An original ca. 1970's Butterick Pattern 4860. Young Junior / Teen Dress or Jumper and Shorts - A line dress or jumper in mini or street length has shoulder straps with button closing, square armholes. view C matching shorts have elasticized waistline. Purchased sweater.
An original ca. 1963 Butterick Pattern 2304. View A; Fitted bodice, narrow straps, full floor length slip. View B; Street length, lace beading straps and lace trim. View C; Strapless, street length. View D; Floor length petticoat. View E; Street length petticoat. - oh, and apparently Mike Overton called! :)
An unused original ca. 1940's Stylist Pattern 1909. This attractive sundress has a button-on cape. When the cape is worn, the dress is perfect for street wear. The dress has a set-in belt, built-up shoulder straps and 6 panels in the skirt.
An unused original ca. 1965 Butterick Pattern 3986. Bridal Gown & Veil or Bridesmaid Dress. Empire line, ankle or street length dress with three-quarter length slim sleeve or sheer applique-trimmed full sleeves with self fabric sleeve band or is sleeveless. Set-in band or bow trim. Bow with or without veil.
An original ca. 1930's Butterick Pattern 4702. Women's and Misses' Five-Gore Skirt, Two Lengths. Streamlined five-gore skirt is "Quick and Easy" to cut and sew. (View A) Street length. (View B) Long length for evening. Both versions have a fly-front tuck.
An unused original ca. 1966 Vogue Pattern 6868. Robe in Two Lengths. Slightly A-shaped full or street length robe has kimono sleeves and zipper front closing. Jewel neckline with or without standing collar. Optional ribbon trim. Version A and B have self tie sash with knotted ends.
An original ca. 1966 Butterick pattern 5564. Junior and Misses' One-Piece Bridal Dress. High waisted dress in evening or street length has fitted bodice with scoop neckline and gathered skirt. Sleeve variations. Lace or ribbon trim.
An unused original ca. 1950 Simplicity Pattern 8271. Simplicity Designer's Pattern - JUNIOR MISSES’ AND MISSES’ ONE-PIECE BATHING SUIT AND SKIRT (MOTHER-DAUGHTER FASHION, for Daughter pattern see Simplicity 8276). The bathing suit has a fitted bodice with ruffle trim, narrow shoulder straps and a short, flared skirt. In Version B the bathing suit is strapless. The street-length skirt is separate. Version C: The bathing suit has narrow shoulder straps. The separate...
An original ca. 1969 Vogue Pattern 2218. High-waisted dress, in street or mini length, has fitted bodice and full gathered skirt, jewel neckline, self tie belt and pockets in side seams. Full length sleeve variations with or without purchased trims or short sleeves. Self square scarf. Flared plants darted into waistband with zip closure. Leg o' mutton, colonial or bell sleeves.
An unused and undated (ca. 1970's?) Anne Adams Pattern 9396. A princess seamline sheath that can be made street length or floor length for an evening gown. Has a high cowl neckline with asymmetric draping from the left shoulder seam. Can be completed sleeveless or with short set-in cap sleeves.
An original ca. 1960's Vogue Pattern 6779. Semi-fitted, two-piece dress in long or street lengths has a high, wide neckline with roll collar; three-quarter length sleeves, short sleeves or is sleeveless. A-line skirt is slightly gathered on to a camisole.
An original ca. 1940's Advance Pattern 4695. Dress that looks like a dress suit. Bodice is made like an "apron" with scallop neckline in front and scalloped hem that hangs mid-thigh and diagonally rises in back, finishing with a large bow at back waistline center. Short sleeves are similarly scalloped. Version 1 is street length and version 2 is evening length. NOTE: Bodice front piece "B" is missing.
An unused original ca. 1940's New York Pattern 1367. Ladies' and Misses' Princess dress in three styles. Slip-on evenign dress with square neck, Street length dress with draped yoke at front, with or without cross-over scarf, hook and eye closing or loops and buttons; Long sleeves plaited at top, perforated for short and three-quarter length, also short sleeves with gathers at top. Width at lower edge of evening length 5-1/2 yards.