An unused original ca. 1963 Simplicity Pattern 5039. The nightshirt has a V-shaped neckline finished with a 2" band and a back neck facing. Long st in sleeves are finished with sleevebands. Lower edge of shirt is shaped. V.1 pajama top is same as nightshirt excepting a straight lower edge. V. 3 pajama top is collarless with short set-in sleeves and front button closing. Nightshirt and both tops have a pocket stitched to upper left front.
An unused original ca. 1972 Simplicity Pattern 5005. Smock-Jacket, Pants and Shorts: The pants V.1 & 2 and shorts V. 3 have back zipper, waistband and turn back cuffs. The smock-jacket softly gathered to yoke has front button closing, patch pockets, long sleeves pleated to buttoned cuffs and optional top-stitching. V. 3 has yoke, collar, and cuffs of shorts fabric. All garments may be worn with a purchased belt.
An original ca. 1940's to 1950's Simplicity Pattern 4326. Official Red Cross Nurse's Aide Uniform. The blouse fronts are turned under form facings and pleats are released below the shoulder yoke. Bands trim the short sleeves and applied bands trim the bib and square neckline of the jumper. The gathered skirt and back-buttoned-bib are joined with a straight belt. Large patch pockets trim the skirt front. The small, neat cap buttons at the back.
An original ca. 1950's Simplicity Pattern 1651. This sleeveless sheath, with a high neckline, features a pleat at the lower edge of center back for walking ease. The jacket is sleeveless as well with a mandarin collar. The dress has a pinched waist which can be worn with or without the cummerbund.
An original ca. 1950's Simplicity Pattern 4335. This "Simple to Make" dress is styled with a strapless bodice and a gathered skirt and features a scarf sewn to the bodice back which may be worn in several different ways. There are pockets in the side front seams of the skirt and dress fastens with a zipper at left side.
An original ca. 1940's Simplicity Pattern 4746. The waist front and back are softly gathered to a yoke and the neckline is finished with a pert notched collar. The skirt is seamed on each side of the center front and back. Style I is fashioned with a fly-front opening, welt pockets and a self-fabric belt. Style II laps and buttons down the front. Belt carrier are joined in the waistline seams for a purchased belt. Choose long or short sleeves.
An unused original ca. 1983 Simplicity Pattern 6033. Misses' set of back button blouses: All views have lace or medallion trim, back button closing and set-in sleeves gathered to armholes and to buttoned cuffs. V. 1, 2 and 3 have stand-up collar. V. 1 and 3 have front tucks. V. 1 has jabot. V. 2 has lace collar and front. V. 4 has bias bound neck edge, lace yoke and faggoting trim.
An original ca. 1969 Simplicity Pattern 8208. Misses' Mini-Dress, or Blouse, Mini-Skirt and Pants: The dress with long sleeves or blouse with short sleeves has ribbon or self drawstring slipped thru neckline casing, back zipper and set-in sleeves gathered at armholes and with elastic casings at lower edges forming self ruffles. The pants and skirt gathered to wide waistband have back zipper and optional suspenders. Skirt V. 3 with rick-rack trim, is featured worn over dress.
An unused original ca. 1967 Simplicity Pattern 7338. Misses' Dress: The dress gathered to lined yoke under bias drape has raglan-type armholes, back zipper, loop and button closing and optional purchased belt. V. 1 & 2 have sleeves gathered to yoke. V. 1 has long sleeves gathered to button trimmed sleeve bands. V. 2 has short sleeves. V. 3 is sleeveless.
An unused original ca. 1950's Simplicity Pattern 1753. Misses' and women's blouse. V.1, V.2 have pointed collar, long sleeves that gather to buttoned wristbands. V.1 has pocket on left side. V.2 top-stitched band at center front, button-down collar. V.3, V.4 have short sleeves with buttoned sleeve bands. V.3 boasts tie-collar. V.4 wider tie-collar has point in back. Tie ends slip under buttoned tab at neck edge, center front.