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Posted on:4/30/13 11:01 AM


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Glynne said... (6/25/13 9:28 PM) Reply
Hi, The elbow darts are to designed to allow the pattern to have a much narrower sleeve than would be possible without the darts. A lot of the patterns in the 1940s and early 50s used them to give a narrow arm silhouette.
Vintage Joan said... (5/2/13 4:22 PM) Reply
Burda patterns (except in Europe) do have seam allowances, so that part's a bit odd. Funny you should ask about the elbow darts -- Burda loves them, but I don't know why. Sorry this pattern didn't work for you.
canei said... (4/30/13 6:35 PM) Reply
It looks nice from what I can see, but I can't enlarge the photo.
 
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