Saturday Special: Butterick 4299

July 5, 2014 at 10:04 am Leave a comment

I think this is the simplest dress pattern I’ve ever come across – it’s literally a front and back piece, both cut on the bias and stitched at the side seams. The scoop neckline holds simple corded drawstring straps, which are tied on the shoulders. Definitely not one for our current cold snap, but a quick and easy number for the right season.

Butterick 4299 vintage sewing pattern

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