I know that two and two make four - and should be glad to prove it too if I could - though I must say if by any sort of process I could convert 2 and 2 into five it would give me much greater pleasure.
I give in... after years of believing that one day I would make these fabulous little numbers for myself, I now know that I am not the body type for these designs. Oh, Byron (Lars), I wanted it to work out, but after 10 long years in my pattern boxes... why do we continue to perpetuate this false hope?
In my urge to purge, I am sacrificing these to the Ebay gods. Bid if you like...
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Two of these are quite small sizes. If you are small, or comfortable altering patterns, no worries. If you are not, ask a dressmaker to alter the pattern for you, or, have the entire garment made by a dressmaker for you!
Pattern 1506 is really photographed as the mirror image of what it will be if you follow the instructions. No other problem, but if you want it to look like the phtograph, know to switch the sides when you cut.
The years written (in red) on the pattern backs refer to when they were discontinued.
Click photos to enlarge and read pattern details. All are new, factory folded, and uncut.
What sealed this decision for me? Well, it has been more than 10 years that I've been holding on to these now. Also, Byron Lars designed for Barbie. While beautiful, look at these dolls. You kinda need to be Regal/Barbie-esque to carry it off, dontcha think?