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A weekend of errands gets more stylish with this collection. A boho dress, the perfect sweatpants, and two go-everywhere jackets are just right for fall. These patterns are from the November 2011 issue of Burda Style magazine. All instructions to previously published patterns have been updated.

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Spend the day in this Prairie Style Dress with adorable boho details. The button down front is accented with pintucks.

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Make the Sporty Hooded Jacket for the chilly days between fall and winter. This style has a belted waist, double layer hood, and large patch pockets for a utilitarian look.

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Shape your waist with this Ruffled Prairie Blouse. The waistband creates a slim shape, and the ruffles draw the eye to your decolletage. This detailed style works well with simple but chic trousers, like the slim fit Soft Leather Pants.

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Cozy up in this Hooded Sweatshirt. It looks great in your team colors or any bright color, and it’s a quick and easy make even for beginners.

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Try a new style in this A line Box Pleat Skirt. The shape is created by a large box pleat at the center front. It’s finished with a wide waistband and pockets embellished with snaps.

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Everyone needs a favorite pair of Jersey Sweatpants for lounging around on the weekend. This style has a straight leg and wide waistband. Dress these up with a cute top.

This collection has your weekend covered, from a pretty dress for lunch to cozy late night sweats. Make all seven designs for a cute fall capsule wardrobe!

Happy Sewing!

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    Nov 10, 2014, 06.08 PMby Jennifer Schee

    You have to keep in mind that Burda plus starts at a 44. That’s like a 12 in US sizes. I hate to say it, but clothes are modelled better by a tall body without too much shape. Plus sized models are generally at the low end of the plus sizes- like a 14 US. This woman is probably at the low rage of plus. This isn’t to say that these things won’t look good on us bigger gals, and the nice thing about sewing your own clothes is that you can tailor them to fit perfectly. And when clothes fit perfectly, you’ll look like a million bucks, no matter what your size.

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      Nov 12, 2014, 01.46 AMby nouvellegamine

      It’s a 12 in the US? Wow, that’s nuts. I have vintage dresses that are a 12 that fit me 20 years and 20 lbs ago.

      I’m not plus sized, but I do get what people are saying to some extent. They want to see themselves. Unfortunately, that’s not what modern modeling has ever been about.
      I’ve often wondered though, if a lot of these comments are by people who don’t have a lot of experience with sewing or fitting. By this point, I can figure out just by looking at the technical drawing if something will work on my body ;)

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    Nov 7, 2014, 02.44 AMby nrobson

    Great jackets :-)

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    Nov 6, 2014, 08.37 PMby jailbirdjubie

    I kind of wish BurdaStyle would use a little closer to plus-size models. Some of your other models in the past were a little more plus looking, I don’t know why you keep using models that appear pretty thin. It would be nice to see some of these on an actual plus-size gal. I know we all are different shapes and sizes, but I have yet to see a plump model on your site. I’m challenging you, BurdaStyle!

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    Nov 6, 2014, 08.31 PMby Kasiorist

    The model is nowhere near plus size. What a shambles, burdastyle, again!

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    Nov 5, 2014, 05.41 PMby nouvellegamine

    That Prairie Dress is soooooo cute.

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      Nov 6, 2014, 07.07 PMby Nikki Hozack

      agreed Nouvellegamine – my favorite piece by far and I love the whole collection!

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