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#2125: Slip-Over, One-Piece Frock Documented to 1926

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#2125: Slip-Over, One-Piece Frock Documented to 1926

Size: 36” bust, 38” hip, 14-3/4” width across back, finished front length below natural waistline 26-1/2”, 49” lower edge.

The pattern is described on page 73 of the 1926 Butterick pattern catalog as, “The Girdle Bow of Evening. Slip-Over One-Piece Frock, with Drapery Attached at Front, Day or Evening Neck, Normal Armhole with Sleeve or Cut-Down Armhole. This smart and charming evening frock gives a straight and slender silhouette broken only by drapery joined at front. The best materials are plain or printed crepe satin, satin, soft light weight velvet or soft light weight metallics.”

Complete printed instructions are by the “New Butterick Pattern Including Deltor.” The pattern contains seven pieces.

Materials required of 36” wide fabric with or with nap: Without sleeves 4 Yds., with sleeves 4-1/2 Yds.

Cost: $17.00

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