This is a great vintage sewing pattern for women from 1947. A vintage peplum dress pattern that is a darling example of 1940s fashion, this Simplicity pattern is sure to please any sewist. You will receive vintage dress pattern Simplicity 1912. All pattern pieces are present and although the envelope shows signs of wear, the pattern pieces and directions are still usable. It is a Size 12 Bust 30.The envelope reads, "Junior Misses' and Misses' One-Piece Dress: The bodice has darts at the underarm and back waistline and tucks at the front waistline. Extended shoulders and a shaped neckline are featured. The skirt, cut in three sections, is gathered at the waistline. Tie ends form a bow at the center back. Style I is trimmed with beading and embroidered edging. Ribbon bows are featured at the neckline front. In Style II, a self ruffle trims the skirt.
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