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Wondering what’s going on in the latest issue of BurdaStyle US Magazine? We couldn’t be more excited to show you! Preview the 20 full-size pattern inserts featured in the Spring 2014 issue and flip through the magazine with Denise Wild and Meg Healy!

There’s a lot to look forward to in each issue of BurdaStyle US, especially when it comes to patterns. Any of the striking styles below catch your eye? Each garment has their own full-sized pattern within the magazine. You can have them all! With a collection of styles that are both casual and sophisticated, you’re sure to find the perfect piece to add to your spring wardrobe!

For pictured styles not included on the insert, we’ve included a style-directory at the back of the magazine with fabric suggestions, necessary notions and sewing instructions for each pattern. The link provided will take you to the pattern store, where you can purchase and print your PDF pattern at home!

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    Apr 8, 2014, 05.53 PMby mountaingirl

    I had bought the Winter edition of US Burda because the bookstore I usually bought the monthly mag at wasn’t carried for a long time. Lets face it living 45 miles from anywhere has its problems. I was disappointed with the winter ed because of having to download which is also a challenge because of living in a blackout area. I was buying Burda because of up to the minute styling, and feeling that I was ahead of the styles which are featured in the stores. My one daughter learned to sew with a Burda magazine pattern. How it stands I think I will go back to Vogue patterns which is a lot more accessible at this time. Good luck with US Burda Magazine.

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    Apr 8, 2014, 05.53 PMby mountaingirl

    I had bought the Winter edition of US Burda because the bookstore I usually bought the monthly mag at wasn’t carried for a long time. Lets face it living 45 miles from anywhere has its problems. I was disappointed with the winter ed because of having to download which is also a challenge because of living in a blackout area. I was buying Burda because of up to the minute styling, and feeling that I was ahead of the styles which are featured in the stores. My one daughter learned to sew with a Burda magazine pattern. How it stands I think I will go back to Vogue patterns which is a lot more accessible at this time. Good luck with US Burda Magazine.

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    Mar 12, 2014, 07.21 PMby datwell

    I subscribed to Burda Style US for one year and am sorry I did. I have never subscribed to the UK version but now realize this what I should have done. I immediately recognized several patterns from the website that are a few years old. The same models, fabrics and photos from two years ago? I thought I would be getting the new patterns from the European magazine just in US version. Silly me. I will not be renewing and will put my money towards the UK version.

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    Mar 12, 2014, 06.28 PMby zrinka

    I just bought the Spring edition of the BUrdaStyle US at JoAnnes and I have to say I am disappointed and I am going to stick to the monthly BurdaStyle, non-US. First of all, most of the models looked familiar. I looked through my magazines and found that most of the styles were featured in the April 2013 issue. Even the front page was the same!!! I hear the reasoning about having the US version, but at least they could have come up with something new – it is a quarterly issue anyway. I said I hear the reasoning, but I do not completely understand it. Why have another magazine in English? I guess I am lucky that in Los Angeles there are a number of newspaper vendors that carry the English and even the Russian version of BurdaStyle, so I don’t have to buy the annual subscription. But why not try to get the same BurdaStyle in other stores. I remember long time ago, it used to be available at Borders. Somebody mentioned previously that the US version caters to the US audience, obviously. But what is the difference? The only difference I see is that the patterns include seam allowances. Is that all? This is probably why some of the patterns are only available as downloads – too expensive to change all the existing patterns to add the seam allowances? OK, and one other thing – I have a feeling this US issue features simpler styles? There were some really nice, but more advanced styles in that April 2013 issue that have not been included. Now, I haven’t seen the previous issue – but is that going to be the trend? Is that what US audience is? Only easy, fast styles? I do not want to see the dumbed-down version of BUrda! (I grew up with Burda in Europe – both my Mom and Grandma used it. And I learned how to sew with Burda, yes, with those quick instructions that so many people hate. But it is a magazine, not a book of how-tos. I always liked it because it challenged me to learn new techniques and tackle more difficult styles. If you want easy styles for beginners, get the BurdaStyle easy issue…) And finally, I looked through the magazine before reading comments here, and my first thought was – why would I have to download some patterns? I just bought a magazine! Why not put all styles together, like the monthly issues? Well, it turned out – the downloadables do NOT have seam allowances included, they are the original patterns (which makes me think again, these magazine will not have anything original and it will be too expensive for them to change all the patterns to include seam allowances). But, I was not aware that you actually have to PAY for those patterns. What? So why did I buy the magazine? with patterns I already have from a year ago, that I have to pay to download? I want to say that I agree with a previous commenter who said that she wants this to succeed. I want to say that too, I don’t want it to fail, but I also believe in “why fix something that’s not broken”. I really do not understand what was wrong with the monthly issues. I currently don;t have a subscription and yes it is pricey, but get the monthly issues in more stores so people can browse them and problem is solved. Why a whole new magazine?

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    Mar 11, 2014, 03.27 PMby Jen Cameron

    The included patterns look lovely, but I sure would like to know what happened to my subscription and the money I sent. And yes, I have already e-mailed the vendor with no response.

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    Mar 10, 2014, 08.33 PMby dmattson

    Maybe Americans are too spoiled by the $1.99 pattern sales the big box craft stores have all the time to appreciate a good deal like Burdastyle. When was the last time you got a free pattern, even one, from Vogue Pattern magazine or Threads magazine? I never did either. I’ve always been a fan of Burdastyle and considered any edition a bargain. I’m very pleased with the two American issues I have so far.

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      Mar 10, 2014, 08.38 PMby MrsCharisma

      When the magazine was introduced, it was with the idea that it would be half patterns and half downloads – for free. So 40 patterns in each magazine.

      it is not fair to introduce it that way, have a bunch of us pay to subscribe, and then say…We changed our mind. We are only going to give you half of what we said we were.

      It has NOTHING to do with Big 4 pricing.

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      Mar 10, 2014, 08.42 PMby MrsCharisma

      Furthermore, the international edition and the US edition works out to be the same price per magazine — $7.50 USD.

      So why exactly can’t we get the same value for our money?? Again, that is the frustration.

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    Mar 10, 2014, 06.35 PMby jacquijb

    Well. I wish I’d seen this discussion before I purchased the Spring 2014 edition — I wouldn’t have bothered. $12.99 for the magazine, with 23 more patterns to pay $5.99 each for? No thanks. After my general frustration a couple of years ago with not being able to renew my subscription to the English-language edition of BurdaStyle in Denmark (I’m an expat) and now this? I think I’m done. There are plenty of other places for me to find patterns and inspiration.

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    Mar 8, 2014, 07.51 PMby Daintydeb

    I cannot seem to get to the downloadable pattern of the Maxi dress via the http address given. I do remember this from a previous issue of Burda UK. Sad to hear about the bait and switch marketing strategy here. I may cancel this and resubscribe to Burda UK. I had high hopes for this US version.

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    Mar 7, 2014, 09.08 PMby TheSerialHobbyistGirl

    They sure changed their minds quickly about the “free” downloadable patterns!

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