Anne Adams 2072; Advertised November, 1934;  Make it for little sister in challis. "Course I'm proud of my dress" says Little Miss Four Year Old. No wonder either, for it is a swagger bit of business with sleeves perked at the shoulder and trimly cuffed at the wrist, spirited pleats falling from the prettily pointed yoke-line to say nothing of a demurely tabbed collar which tops the whole affair! Busy mothers should appreciate how this frock opens down the front - for little girls will find it easy to fasten three buttons all by themselves. Cunning short sleeves may be made with the pattern too! Now that Jack Frost seems to be here for good, plaid wool or velveteen would be both a pretty and wise choice for the material.

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