Vintage 1960s Dress Pattern Butterick 4256 Sewing Patterns Bust 38 Blouse Vest Jumper
This great vintage sewing pattern, Butterick #4356, dates to 1966 and makes up into a fabulous iconic 1960s style dress. Multiple views make the different dress pieces into a mix and match outfit. Make a sleeveless jumper dress with a wide jewel neckline. Or, make a lined, sleeveless jacket (vest) for a 2-piece appearance. Then add the long sleeved blouse with a bias cut rolled boat collar so the dress goes from summer to winter! Great versatility and a nice larger size in a vintage dress pattern!
Measurements: Envelope states Size 18 / Bust 38 This is VINTAGE size 18 and not the same as modern sizes. Please view the photo with the envelope back to determine sizing.
- Bust: 38”
- Waist: 30”
- Hips: 40”
- Back Waist Length: 16 ¾”
The pattern is partially cut and gently used. All pieces have been counted and are present.
The envelope is mostly intact with a few tears, very slightly age darkened but with good, bright colors. It retains the full flap.
I don’t clean up the photos/scans of my pattern envelopes so you don’t get any surprises when it arrives! All patterns are packaged in plastic to arrive safely to you.
This is a true original vintage sewing pattern – NOT A COPY! We remove all pattern pieces from the envelope and count to make certain that all pieces are either included or that we tell you which pieces are missing. Where patterns are uncut (unused) this means that we have carefully unfolded the pattern, so you may note the disturbance in the factory folding.
Vintage patterns are sold as is and all sales are final. The sad truth is that patterns are very easily copied and tissue paper is somewhat fragile. We thoroughly check the patterns for completeness prior to your purchase and again prior to shipping so you may be assured that what is described is what you will receive!
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