Butterick 6370

Butterick 6370; ca. 1981; John Kloss - The nightgown is for moderate stretch knits only such as nylon tricot; the robe can be fleece or satin. The envelope says: Fitted and flared nightgown in ankle length has deep V neckline and shaped cut away armholes with contrasting bias binding, trim and bow. Fitted and flared front wrapped robe in evening length has V neckline, front neckline band, full-length straight sleeves with sleeve bands, contrasting bias binding trim, pockets in side seams, self tie belt and thread belt loops.

Featured in Butterick Counter Catalog, January-February 1981

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