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Lillian Early 1930s Dress Pattern- Bust 34- Circa 1931

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 Wearing History #R136

PRINTED PATTERN- Mailed to you!  E-pattern available here.

"Lillian" Early 1930s Dress Pattern

ONE SIZE ONLY- Bust 34", Waist 28", Hip 37"


A lovely dress circa 1931 that will take you from autumn to spring with long or short sleeve options. This dress features lovely flounces for movement and an attached vest that can be made in contrast fabrics.

Bust 34", Waist 28", Hip 37" 



Advanced Sewing Skill Recommended. Includes very sparse original period sewing instructions.


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