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1940s 40s vintage beach playsuit sewing pattern halter high waist shorts  bust 32 b32 repro reproduction

Late 1940s beachwear pattern, crop top halter and high waist shorts ensemble. This pattern has been fully restored on industry grade software, printed pattern pieces feature both English and French directions. Bust 32 Waist 26 Hip 35 Suggested Fabrics: Cotton, Pique, Cotton Broadcloth, Gingham ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ You will receive a high quality reproduction with full scale pattern pieces printed on white paper. This is a clean, computer drafted file printed to actual size. Instructions are…

AuraGaia ~Flidais~ Poorgirl BoHo Bustleback OverDyed Upcycled Skirt S-XL | eBay

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Wearing History #R123 This pattern is available in one size only. Bust 30, waist 26, hip 33 Download and PRINT AT HOME on US Letter or A4 size paper *****The pattern uses 104 pages of paper***** You can also order this as a printed pattern that is mailed to you for $15 plus shipping. Contact me

Wearing History #R123 This pattern is available in one size only. Bust 30", waist 26", hip 33" Download and PRINT AT HOME on US Letter or A4 size paper *****The pattern uses 104 pages of paper***** You can also order this as a printed pattern that is mailed to you for $15 plus shipping. Contact me if you want me to set up a custom listing for you. Misses’ Bathing Suit & Skirt This pattern dates from the early 1940s and includes a bathing suit, trunks, and a long skirt which can be used as…

1948 Aldens teen dresses. 1948 Mod-ish designs were seen moving towards the 50’s style with fuller skirts and large floral patterns.

The term 'teenager' was coined in 1941, and Seventeen magazine printed its first issue in 1944, showing off young teenager-targeted clothing and interests. It was a new market, one that was somewhere between girls and college-age young women. Teenagers were obsessed with crooner Frank Sinatra, hung out at soda fountains, and danced all night to