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09/24/2020

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Sarah Rogers

Very nice! What was the pattern name/number, and what size did you get? I think the late 1930's are wonderful for styles. I own two patterns from that time, but am very intrigued by this one as well!

Kristen Stoltzfus Clay

It was Advance 2454, and my pattern was size 16, so I sized it up a tad.
Yes, the late '30s/early '40s is my favorite sub-genre of the era.

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