Ultguide_webbanner_218x126

Learn How SIMPLE
Digital Patterns Really Are!

Sign Up to Receive
The Ultimate Guide to Digital Sewing Patterns eBook + a FREE Skirt Pattern!

10patterns_large

Are you into romantic, flirty designs with vintage looking yokes and soft lines? If so, you’re in luck, meet 10 of our newest pattern additions.

See them all below:



Slightly gathered sleeves and an interesting yoke make this pretty blouse a staple many girls could cherish.



This sweet dress takes the blouse above to the next level, adding a skirt & pockets— which can be a girl’s best friend if she wants to go out sans purse. There’s also a long-sleeved version for the cooler days.



There are so many skirt variations under the sun, but sometimes some styles are just right. This skirt w/front pleats looks like a skirt out of the 1950s. It has a nice retro feel. The cropped jacket with special pockets is available for download too!



Nothing says Mad Men like this 3/4 length sleeve blouse. Paired with a voluminous A-line skirt, and you’ve got a date with Don Draper.



If you’re a fan of the shirt dress, check out this flirty version of the often masculine look. The picture above makes this look like a wrap dress— but it’s not, check out the technical drawing.



If you’re into sleek skirts, check out this pencil skirt w/godet— it’s a sexy silhouette, but can be made playful if cut from a fun plaid or tweed.



In New York City winters, the coat you’re wearing can make quite a statement, If you’re into statement coats, check out this gathered sleeve coat with belt and have fun with it in a bold color or print.

30 Comments

  • D_large

    Feb 20, 2011, 07.14 PMby zaleska

    I just love the fabric of the coat.. does anyone know where to buy it? Thanks!!!

  • Img_1016_large

    Feb 16, 2011, 11.02 PMby mje2009

    How come I can never see the pictures on these stories about the new patterns? Please let me know how I can. Thanks!

  • Missing

    Feb 16, 2011, 10.19 AMby lovemaker

    It’s Donald Draper. Not Dan.görüntülü sohbet

  • Missing

    Feb 16, 2011, 07.26 AMby Christine Kelly

    I love all these patterns!!!

  • Missing

    Feb 15, 2011, 11.36 PMby clarebeaton

    I’m adding my voice to those who want plus sized patterns – I’m an unusual size (my waist is a 2 sizes smaller than my bust + hips) but I can mod a larger pattern, and take it in to fit my waist. I know that many of these styles look fantastic on my figure, and it’s rare to find things that do suit me. If many of these patterns were available in plus sizes, I would most certainly purchase the patterns instead of using the pictures as inspiration to draft my own (which is time consuming, I’d happily pay the extra to download + print).

  • Missing

    Feb 15, 2011, 09.21 PMby ambertracy

    I love all these patterms!

  • Missing

    Feb 15, 2011, 09.11 PMby barbesj

    Ditto on what tudorrose and momsgotanewhobby say on the larger size patterns. These are all gorgeous but Burda seems to really miss the mark when it comes to patterns larger than a 12. The average American women is a size 14 these days. Please listen Burda, and start offering these wonderful patterns in a size that more women can wear.

  • Missing

    Feb 13, 2011, 09.00 PMby michbee

    SO disappointed by my timing! Only just discovered this wonderful site and magazine, so missed these originally and don’t have a printer. Might see if I can get a back issue…

  • Dsci0410_large

    Feb 11, 2011, 06.16 PMby momsgotanewhobby

    Gorgeous clothes and I agree with Tuderrose69 we need patterns for women sized 14W and up.

  • P3210004_large

    Feb 10, 2011, 09.16 PMby sandrasews

    So beautiful. I love all of these, I’m going to make the blouse and the coat. Fabric shopping yay!

  • Long_blue_skirt_headshot_large

    Feb 10, 2011, 07.29 PMby nyphertiti

    Love the pretty blouse in the first shot. The styling on this shoot is fantastic. Really inspires me to try some new things~

  • Pear_large

    Feb 10, 2011, 06.58 PMby ssr

    Gorgeous!! Now I have more on my “to make” list!

  • 14bc8a2d20e90a30636b1fb9e0a8396d4cbbaccc_large

    Feb 9, 2011, 05.59 PMby tudorrose69

    Beautiful patterns, but where are the plus-size versions? Pls don’t leave us out of the mix, actually according to statistics, we represent a vast proportion of the population.

  • C360_2013-07-09-19-57-47-392-1_large

    Feb 9, 2011, 04.40 PMby popbabe7

    Very inspiring!!!

  • Poe_large

    Feb 9, 2011, 04.26 PMby ladykatza

    That first dress looks very much like several 1940’s patterns in my stash. http://www.flickr.com/photos/ladykatza/sets/72157625678614714/

  • Missing

    Feb 9, 2011, 03.27 PMby cheekymia

    exactly the feel I’ve been craving in my wardrobe. I will be getting them all!

  • Silver_strand_feb_2005_large

    Feb 9, 2011, 02.50 PMby neama

    Great post! I adore the coat & the styling of the shirt dress

  • Hpim0604_edited_large

    Feb 9, 2011, 11.55 AMby amyalberici

    Ok, I’m loving the frilly blouse and it’s definately going on my ToDo list.

    1 Reply
    • Dahlnyc_1352392376_600_large

      Feb 9, 2011, 07.41 PMby alisondahl

      I feel like that blouse could be made over and over again, changing the fabrics, and would remain a classic.

  • Img_3462_large

    Feb 9, 2011, 11.17 AMby ladyshape

    What a beautiful shoot! I love all of them. I really like the way the obi belt has been styled with the shirt dress.

  • Bub_large

    Feb 9, 2011, 07.58 AMby baka-pepica

    i love this buose , and i just now trying to make it one :D

  • C5e5954a33d8df2343df1ca9508d14410cea347d_large

    Feb 9, 2011, 06.46 AMby bekabug8

    It’s Donald Draper. Not Dan.

    1 Reply
    • Dahlnyc_1352392376_600_large

      Feb 9, 2011, 07.35 PMby alisondahl

      Oops! Obviously I don’t watch TV but am still aware of the great clothing and influence the series has had on fashion… Will adjust ;)

  • 10696179_10153140774217586_1884977338661526552_n_large

    Feb 9, 2011, 05.31 AMby woman

    gosh.. everything looks so purty.. especially the first dress! arrgh i wish i could just stay at home and sew all day all night long _"

  • Elizabethicon_large

    Feb 9, 2011, 02.33 AMby biza

    Very nice! I love them. But I just wanted to tell you that the Pencil Skirt link brings you to the Three quarter sleeve dress. :)

    1 Reply
  • Ghetto_girl_goes_to_colo__large

    Feb 9, 2011, 02.20 AMby turtlegirl00

    i love them all… pencil skirt, frilly blouse, and I love the shoes!!!

  • April_me_large

    Feb 8, 2011, 11.50 PMby von-nation

    I love patterns that inspire the old classic days, especially the pencil skirt. I would love to make that!

  • 100_2202_large

    Feb 8, 2011, 10.40 PMby kraftykatina

    They are all so wonderful!

  • Mzl_ljixuoxi_320x480-75_large

    Feb 8, 2011, 09.57 PMby FabricUiPhoneApp

    I think I love the pleated skirt best…I’ve seen this style in jerseys…it’s refreshing to see it in a woven. It could be dressed up with some trim at the hem.

    • This is a question
  1. Sign in to add a post

Departments

  • Editors' Pick
  • Pattern Collections
  • BurdaStyle Academy
  • Backstage Report
  • Fashion & Trends
  • DIY to Try
  • Tips & Techniques
  • Member Highlights
  • Sewing Projects
  • DIY Projects
  • Competitions
  • Archive
  • Guest Columns
  • Videos
  • Meg's Magazine Mash Up
  • As Seen In
  • Podcast