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Spadea N-1202, ca. late 1950s; Jo Copeland; "The perfect print (preferably splashy), a light note in any woman's wardrobe, is taken to a party by Jo Copeland. An unusual decorative idea: cut out a flower from left over material, apply it to the front of the wide contrast sash, which has trailing streamers in the back. The low neckline is squarish, sleeves barely cover the shoulders. The skirt is wonderfully full, with released pleats for smoothness."
Pattern has been used and is complete with all pieces and directions. The pieces are plain tissue, punched with a letter, not printed. Fits ~~
Comes with original mailing envelope.
Shipping includes insurance.
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