This is the 1935 German Street Frock and Coat from Beyer's Modenblatt.
I will make it available in multi-size depending on demand and I will notify to the effect from this blog in future.
This pattern has some moderatly difficult detailing with bound buttonholes. Also, the Right Frock Front is top-titched through many layers. As well, the sleeves are finished with self-bias before the lap and top-stitching are in place.
The raglan sleeve coat is faced with contrasting fabric to match the dress, if desired.
Photos of a muslin version in progress:
With right front facing in place before turning.
Clipping and trimming the top curved edges before turning the facing.
Stitching the facing along the bottom edge the same depth as the hem (1-1/2").
Clipping and trimming the bottom curved edges before turning the facing.
Top-stitching on the upper portion of the right front after the facing is turned and pressed.
Top-stitching on the lower portion of the right front after the facing is turned and pressed.
Ink line indicates the top-stitching line on the sleeve lap after the facing is turned and pressed (I didn't make the buttonholes, I only marked bound buttonhole placement on the muslin).