Simplicity 7465, copyright 1967
I made this today, with some alterations.
This pattern caught me into buying it because it boasted raglan sleeves or regular looking sleeves in the same pattern. Do you see how they did it? They put a yoke on one version of the dress - using the same lower half of the dress, and the raglan sleeves when added to the yoked version turn out looking very normal with set-in shoulder and armhole. The version without the yoke comes up and finishes like a regular raglan.
Here is Esme pretending a knitting needle is a wand, and goofing off.. she is casting a magic spell. I love the way the sleeves move, as I said in another post - sewing takes 2D and makes it 3D, then you get to see 3D in motion on a body. The sizing of this one - size 6 chest 25, is a little large on her, and I made the long version instead of shortening it like I normally do. But, it works on her - and it will grow with her over the next year or so better for having long sleeves now.
Pre-wear on the hanger, back ties. It was supposed to have buttons, but I altered for a zipper. It stays much better on her. The other alteration I did is slightly visible here, but not otherwise. I cut the back pieces apart at the center waist to reposition the fabric and make the most out of my short yardage. I would not have gotten them out of the fabric in full pieces. It is seen only as a disturbance in the pattern but the pattern is so all-over eye-dazzling that it doesn't matter much.
Yay for good sewing projects :)