Saturday Special: Butterick 3734

June 27, 2015 at 10:12 am Leave a comment

Circa 1965 it was all about the A-line and I love the way this shaping is achieved in this pattern through clean lines and that distinctive triangular front piece.

One-piece dress: A-line dress with inverted V-seaming in front, slightly fitted through waist. (A) Long sleeved dress with contrast detachable collar and cuffs. (B) Sleeveless dress with centre front neckline slit.

Butterick 3734 vintage sewing pattern

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