Make your daughter a one-piece dress with an attached petticoat using this Simplicity Pattern 1500 from the 1950s!
Use this pattern set for its intended purpose and make yourself a new wardrobe! The pattern is for Size 5. From the back of the pattern: Child's One-Piece Dress with Petticoat Attached - This charming fashion styled with a longer line bodice and gathered skirt features a square collar. Party-pretty view 1 has short sleeves. Lace accents collar and carriers for the ribbon sash. Bias accents button-trimmed contrasting collar, view 2. Welts at lower edge of bodice are contrasting. Sleeveless view 3 has a lowered neckline. Gathered petticoat, collar, hip band and tie ends are of contrasting fabric.
If you prefer, you could also use the illustrations on the pattern envelope for paper projects, scrapbook or journal pages, artist trading cards, gift cards, and more! Use the pattern pages to decoupage projects, altered art and mixed media. You could even use the pattern pages as gift wrap! Be creative!
This pattern set is also a great collectible item - the illustrations are fabulous!
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This Simplicity 1500 Pattern set is in very good condition. The envelope is intact with edge wear and small tears, as shown. The instruction page is in very good condition, the paper has yellowed with age, there is a small rip on the fold. The pattern sheets are in very good usable condition. There are no missing pieces. The pattern sheets are printed. The pattern is for Size 5. The pattern pieces are folded inside the instruction sheet. Please use the ZOOM tool to read the back of the pattern to see what all is included, and what you can make from this set.
- 1 complete Simplicity Number 1500 Pattern Set (envelope, instructions, pattern pieces)
- Product Material: Paper, Tissue Paper
- Product Colors: Envelope is Ivory with Black, Red, Green, Blue, Pink
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