Size: M (14-16)
1950s or early 60s vintage printed pattern. Cobbler apron…back opening, drop shoulder armholes, round neckline, all with bias binding finish. Back neck tie of binding also. Self sash from front darts ties in back. Deep patch pockets at hips. V2 *poncho with wide neckline slips on over the head. Side seam slits from waistline down have bias binding finish. Novelty belt. Advance Sew-Easy Pattern.
A poncho is like a blanket with a slit in the middle so that it can be slipped over the head and worn as a sleeveless garment. It is usually made from heavier fabric to wear as a jacket, but it can be cut from cooler fabric.
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