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Diane vonFurstenberg wrap dress pattern

ladyjay | Posted in Patterns on

Does anyone have the pattern for the classic Diane von Furstenberg wrap dress?


  1. woodruff | | #1

    Two of her classic wrap dresses show up now and then on ebay. Usually, they go for quite a bit of money, but who knows, there could be a slow day, and you might get lucky.

    1. ladyjay | | #4

      Thank you for your response...it's a good excuse to become familiar with E-Bay.

  2. Teaf5 | | #2

    Will check my stash; I made several of those back in the early 1970s, and sometimes those old favorites are in the back somewhere even though they don't fit anymore!

    1. ladyjay | | #5

      I am looking forward to hearing the results of your search. Thank you.

  3. sewpro | | #3

    Yes, it's Butterick 3305. I just made it for a client and she loves it! I also bought a discontinued pattern on ebay last week, so you might get lucky there.

    1. sewfar | | #6

      The Butterick 3305 that I found on ebay is for a series of vests rather than a wrap dress. Am I doing something wrong? 

      1. woodruff | | #7

        Are you doing anything wrong? Perhaps not. The companies do "recycle" their numbers over decades. 3305 in the seventies will probably turn up in another period and another design.Perhaps sewpro could post a pic of her 3305?

      2. sewpro | | #8

        I'm not sure how a picture of my pattern would help. I've been looking on ebay for you and I found this pattern:
        It looks like the right design, you'd just need to lengthen the sleeves. I'll look some more...

        Edited 2/5/2006 4:00 pm ET by sewpro

        1. sewfar | | #10

          Thank you so much.    The dress on the pattern cover  brings back pleasant memories. 

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