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    Happy Sewing!


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      Mar 5, 2018, 12.09 PMby patobb

      I just decided to go with the German import, which is the cheapest of all (c. 90 Euro I think for a whole year to Argentina including postage! And I receive the issues just a couple of weeks after they are available in Germany! This is great because our seasons are not the same so I get the issues well before my season starts…). In any case, I rarely need instructions for constructing the garments, just to know where the patterns are. If I am in desperate need of having instructions on a particularly difficult part, I always have friends in Spain who buy the magazine and just tell me what to do. I can also read a bit of German :D I was checking to see if I change to English international edition with GLP but it is double the price! Doesn´t worth it. I also bought some english international editions in digital version. Wish they could be available for subscription. They are great.

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      Aug 9, 2014, 01.11 PMby Erica Jacobs

      After having my first experience with a Burda pattern, I found the magazine extremely helpful in that I could read the patterns. I have several in my pattern collection which I could not find from any other pattern maker.After buying them and bring them home, I pulled the first pattern out of the envelop and had a WTF moment. After reading the instructions, I was even more confused. It took me a year to get back to the dress and honestly I only went back to it when I realized what confused me, the symbol lines instead of the size.

      My disappointment with the magazine are the download patterns as well.

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      Aug 8, 2014, 04.25 PMby WildforTextiles

      In Canada you can subscribe to Burda through the German Canadian News which I have been doing since 2006. This version of Burda is the same as the UK version (i.e. not the Burda U.S. version which is just a weird conception). I don’t understand why the “regular” monthly Burda is not available to U.S. customers. Happy to be Canadian.

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      Aug 2, 2014, 11.06 PMby Jennifer Ingley

      Like Dax prior, I also subscribed to the Burda US publication, excited to see that Burda created a US magazine that I wouldn’t have to pay huge postage to receive. However, it is not the same magazine, doesn’t have the same patterns, comes out once a quarter-year rather than once a month. And contains patterns that are a re-hash from past issues, and many of them you must pay extra to download from the web site and print them on your home computer printer, using your own ink, paper, and tape to tape the many pieces together, which can take hours. I did pay for and download some of the patterns I wanted to try. But then I realized that most of the ones I wanted to try I’d have to pay extra to get. I decided I wasn’t that excited about the patterns after all. Sorry that Burda considers US patrons who buy their products worthy of has-been patterns we have to spend extra money and effort to make. I saw an advertisement for the British magazine (to which I once subscribed); it stressed that all patterns were included, and no downloads required.

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        Aug 3, 2014, 01.25 AMby nouvellegamine

        I’ve always used the British import. There are 2 things that about it that drive some people crazy. 1. All the patterns are on 2 sheets. They’re color coded, but they overlap. I don’t mind bc I use big tissue paper (for gift wrapping) and trace them. It’s pretty easy. 2. They don’t include seam allowances. Again, I like that better bc I always have to do alterations & I find it easier without the seam allowances. Other than that- yes, all the patterns are included :D

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      Aug 1, 2014, 11.05 PMby TerrorsaurusDax

      I subscribed to BurdaStyle US this year. I was really excited to do so and hoped to support the success of a new and improved BurdaStyle.

      It was, however, extremely disappointing. The patterns are recycled from old BurdaStyle magazines (some collections were several years old), the magazines “include” pattern downloads (which you have to pay for individually and separately), and the magazine seemed designed primarily to sell advertising and pattern downloads. I will not subscribe to the US version next year. I also plan not to purchase a single future issue of the US version unless the publishing team vastly improves the publications by offering current styles and getting rid of the paid downloads. Getting rid of the downloads altogether is less offensive than including them in the magazine and asking people to pay for them.

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      Aug 1, 2014, 04.17 PMby nouvellegamine

      I think I’ll just stick to the British import.

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        Aug 1, 2014, 04.54 PMby misk36

        Hi just out of curiosity, where do you get the British Import?

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        Aug 2, 2014, 03.23 AMby nouvellegamine

        I’m in the San Francisco area so I get mine from a magazine shop called, “Issues” in Oakland. Sometimes I’ll order a subscription from GLPnews. They have 3 month, 6 month, & 12 month options. I’ve always had great luck with them. They lost one magazine. I called & they sent a replacement right away.


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        Aug 2, 2014, 12.36 PMby misk36

        Thank you for your reply.
        I’m in the UK so I’ll have a search and see where I can source it.

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