Simplicity 1668 - 1940s Cap-Sleeve Dress with Optional Scallop Neckline
The cap-sleeved dress is seamed down the center front and back and gathered at the shoulder line. Style I displays a scallop trim on the neckline and cap sleeve. A bow-sash of contrasting color circles the waist. Style II is made with a V neck and cut on the bias for a worked effect. To fasten the back opening a slide fastener is used. Copyright 1946.
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- Pattern: Pre-cut and neatly folded.
- Envelope: FAIR. Significant shelf wear, age, small tears. Click on the pattern images in order to view the envelope condition in detail and to view suggested fabric types and yardage.
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