Saturday Special: Style 3223

February 15, 2014 at 10:12 am Leave a comment

This 1981 frock pattern proves that before things got silly with exaggerated shoulders, questionably huge pleats and an excess of frills and what our household refers to as ‘hi-vis’ (i.e. neon and fluorescent colours), there were some stylish moments in the 80s. My pick from this pattern is View 3 – the little stand-up collar looks lovely.

Style 3223 vintage sewing pattern

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