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Brighten up your fall with these wrapped and layered designs. Layers of chiffon and jersey in bold colors, long jackets, and high waisted pants look gorgeous with hats and boots. These patterns are from the September 2010 issue of Burda Style magazine.

Take a flattering high waisted cut and add lots of menswear details to get these stylish High Rise Pants. The exposed button fly adds a cool old fashioned look to any outfit.

A fitted, feminine Ladies’ Jacket adds polish to your look. This design has darts and a back vent for a nice fit. The fitted silhouette and wool plaid give it a great vintage look.

A loosely flowing Pintuck Blouse is so delicate and sweet. This is a fun top to make and has fun contrast worn with boyfriend jeans or distressed boots.

This lacy Corset sits just under your bust to cinch in your waist and give you a super feminine silhouette. Add a sexy touch to jeans and a tight tee, or use this pattern as part of a fabulous steampunk or period costume.

Feel like a modern Grecian princess in this floaty mini skirt. The overlapped front has lots of gathers for volume and flutters as you walk.

These Side Zip Pants are so refined with a hidden side zip and slash pockets. Silk batiste in a bold print gives slim pants a whole new look. Try them with the gauzy Ruched Sleeve Blouse and start your own drum circle!

Dare to wear these soft Harem Pants out and about. They make a funky weekend look with sandals and a denim shirt. Or, wear them around the house for a fancier take on loungewear.

Twirl the day away in this Layered Skirt that has all the frills of a petticoat. Make the most of the gypsy vibe with contrasting prints and bright ribbons.

A comfy tee can still have a feminine shape. The Ruched Jersey Top has a crossover V neckline and fun ruched sleeves with dangling ties to dress up your casual outfits.

This Long Coat with Pockets is a great showcase for heavyweight prints. Since it has a sash instead of buttons, this coat has a casual look that’s perfect for boyfriend jeans and moccasins.

Get comfy in this easygoing Turtleneck Top with extra long sleeves. Looks modern in boldly patterned jersey and make a great outfit with leggings.

Snuggle up in this warm Jacket with Long Fronts that float in the wind. The shorter length looks good with pants or high waisted skirts.

Top off your folk outfit or your party dress with this fun Fur Bolero. Once you make one, you’ll want to wear it with everything! Looks adorable with a bodycon dress and boots.

Wrap yourself in color in these designs. Bold patterns and fun details like exposed buttons and wrapped skirts are just the thing to go with all your fall clothes.

Happy sewing!

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    Oct 10, 2013, 09.38 PMby KristinHannon

    Could someone please post where the fabric used in the riches jersey top is from? The pretty peacock-esque one. Is it from Mood by chance? All of the fabrics and shapes in the collection are snazzy.

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    Oct 10, 2013, 01.41 PMby loribee

    I wish this website would indicate what fabric was used in the models and where it might be purchased…I just LOVE that jersey fabric on the ruched jersey top.

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    Oct 8, 2013, 10.53 PMby akavundergurl

    I love this whole collection. Great styling.

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    Oct 8, 2013, 10.26 PMby nouvellegamine

    The jacket with long fronts is pretty rad. The ruched jersey top and High rise pants are great too. The turtleneck is a nice basic piece too.

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    Oct 8, 2013, 07.22 PMby daisymomo

    Gorgeous!

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    Oct 8, 2013, 05.30 PMby reneevk311

    I <3 these!

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    Oct 6, 2013, 09.46 PMby cascadia

    I like several of these. I love the pintucked blouse. Please make harem pants go away, though… They were horrible in the 80s and they’re horrible now. Nice short jacket and long coat. However, need to see these in plus sizes!

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      Nov 2, 2013, 11.02 AMby CherylDeeDee

      I agree 100% with you about the harem pants and the need for plus sizes! We’re in the market for new patterns too!

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    Oct 5, 2013, 03.03 AMby proegge

    Have to admit I would ever have thought to make the Ruched Jersey/Sleeve Top in those fabrics, but I love it! I made tons of ‘poopy pants’ for my daughter back in the 90s – we called them ‘Hammer Pants’, for MC Hammer. They look really comfy, but I don’t know that I could wear them! Great for little kids and trendy teens tho!

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    Oct 4, 2013, 08.57 PMby carolynsuzanne

    I’m ambivalent about a lot of the patterns (although I love the ladies’ jacket and the high rise pants are interesting) but the styling, hair, colors, scenery, and photography are outstanding. Very original, kind of other-worldly.

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    Oct 4, 2013, 06.21 PMby helenacrazycrafter

    I love that plaid jacket, though I don’t think I’m skilled enough to make up that pattern And look, just like on Project runway—‘poopy pants’ as Heidi calls them. They look super comfy.

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    Oct 4, 2013, 05.06 PMby textilet

    At last- something that interests me! Not all what I would wear- harem pants for one- but I like the shapes used and fabrics too

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