Bodice muslin attached to skirt in "real" fabric. There is some lengthwise and widthwise ease here, so without a belt, the waist seam hangs below the natural waist.
Alterations to bodice back. Green lines are original lines of pattern that were kept; black lines are original lines no longer used, and red is what replaces them. (As always, the drawing here is not perfect or necessarily to scale, and photos aren't always taken straight on.)
At right is CB cut on fold.
Changes: raise underarm; let out side seam at waist; shorten waist length 2"; decrease the waist dart take-up and length.
Alterations to bodice front. This pattern has a cut-on facing; CF coincides with the black and red squares, and the foldline is the green line just to their left.
Changes: raise underarm; let out side seam at waist; shorten waist length 1", and shift button marks up so that their spacing doesn't become different from that on the skirt; increase bust dart take-up 1"; dart out a slight amount of width in the raglan seam and allow this to rotate into the existing bust dart. Although I did this by pivoting and tracing, so there isn't any real dart visible, the yellow area gives an idea of where width was removed.
Alterations to sleeve. Front raglan seam is at left, and there is a large shoulder dart. Circles mark matchpoints for the dart in the area where it isn't cut out.
Changes: raise underarm; slide shoulder dart toward front; dart out a slight amount of width in the raglan seam and allow this to rotate into the existing shoulder dart. This matches the corresponding alteration on the front, and again, there's no real dart to see, but the yellow area gives an idea of what was removed.
Alterations to skirt back. CB is at left. The dark thing at the top is scissors holding the paper down.
Changes: pivot in width at waist at CB (to compensate for lesser back waist dart take-up in bodice) and at side seam (to match bodice side seam).
Alterations to skirt front. CF is at right, where the green squares (button placement) are.
Change: pivot in width at waist at side seam (to match bodice side seam).
Instruction sheet: a bit dense, but they fit on one side what might take 2 or 3 sides on a new pattern.
Pattern back. Yardages are given only for without-nap fabrics.
Inside belt made of grosgrain, held on with thread chains.
Self fabric belt with shell and (probably) brass buckle.
I had a big weird-shaped scrap, so I made this triangular scarf out of it. No pattern was used; it's just a big right triangle with machine-rolled hems. Short sides are about 27".