This one is Butterick number 6221, which just happens to be another cute one from the 1970's:
The description of the above picture reads:
"Artfully provincial in a shepherdress dress, Butterick 6221.
The bodice is made of a quilted toile print; sleeves and apron are identically printed, but unquilted.
Black polished cotton skirt fabric from A. E. Nathan.
Apron lace by Janice.
Boots from J. B. Martin".
And below, you see the front of the pattern, with the dress sewn up in a similar fashion within the same black and white theme:
I actually really like all three versions shown on the pattern front.
The sleeveless one in a madras plaid with an eyelet ruffle at the hem looks nice and cool for warm weather, and the one with the red calico skirt and white lace-up bodice top is adorable.
But then, you may have noticed that I am rather partial to the old-fashioned and/or Bohemian sort of look.
I would have dressed like that every day back then, if I could have!