Stretch & Sew Patterns 1979 : A-line Skirt, Dirndl Skirt, Surplice- Make in Minutes Ann Person Stretch and Sew Patterns Two Vintage Patterns

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Here are 2 lovely Ann Person Stretch & Sew Patterns: copyrights 1979 for the gored skirts and slacks pattern, 1981 for the Surplice pattern. Stretch and Sew patterns are designed exclusively for knit fabrics. The styles are timeless and work well for today's wardrobe.

There are two patterns in this lot:

1) Skirts: Straight, A-Line, and Dirndle. The patterns are uncut and the directions are complete.
2) Surplice: 3 different styles as pictured on the envelope. Uncut pattern and complete directions; so easy to make!

The sizing on all Stretch and Sew skirt patterns have hip measurements of 30" through 46". The Stretch and Sew method teaches you how to trace and draft from the master pattern on to pattern or light paper for tracing. This allows you have a custom fit for your garment according to your measurements. These patterns are very easy to use and perfect for getting the sizing accurate!

The Surplice pattern is sized Small, Medium, Large. You draft your pattern copy from the master pattern according to your size and measurements

If you are a beginner sewer you will find the styles are very easy to make. Sewers have used and loved these patterns for many years because they stand the test of time .

This collection is perfect, especially if you are just starting out and want to create some wardrobe basics.

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Stretch & Sew Patterns 1979 : A-line Skirt, Dirndl Skirt, Surplice- Make in

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