Butterick 6874, ca. 1930: "Tunic Frock for Women and Misses. The blouse or tunic in two lengths or peplum. Neckline and sleeves in three styles. Two-piece skirt with inverted pleats at each side, attached to underbody."
From Wiki -
"View A+B: Tunic dress with long bell-sleeve and skirt attached to underbodice.
View C: Tunic dress with 3/4 length peg-top sleeve and skirt attached to underbodice.
View D: Blouse with short leg o'mutton sleeve and skirt attached to underbodice.
View E: Tunic dress with long peg-top-sleeve and skirt attached to underbodice."
Pattern is unused and in original factory folds. Pieces are PLAIN tissue.
Faint tanning to envelope and slight corner wear (tiny tears at corners).
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