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Take a trip through the hills in these old fashioned designs for you and the kids, perfect for Oktoberfest. These patterns are from the September 2014 issue of Burda Style magazine.

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A sweet ruffled neckline finishes this peasant blouse. Tuck it into a full skirt for a delicate peasant look.

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Floral batiste is just the thing for a short sleeved peasant blouse. This one has cute details like a ruffled collar and slit neckline. A 2-piece costume dress for special occasions. An outer layer has a dirndle skirt and corsetry with decorative lacing. The strapless bustier underlayer can be worn any time. It’s so versatile!

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A traditional dirndle dress buttons all the way down and comes with a full apron pattern. Sew it in denim or a modern floral for everyday wear.

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This cropped jacket is prim and proper. Contrasting lapels and horn toggle buttons add up to a refined fall jacket to wear over dresses or jeans.

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A full skirt has an attached apron for a costume-y peasant look. Pair this piece with chunky seventies wedges for real life, or turn it into a fun costume.

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Send her back to school in a charming denim dress. This dirndle style dress is trimmed in bright red and could be worn as a jumper over long sleeved tees in the fall.

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Play dress up in this prairie style dress with an included apron pattern. The bodice has buttons down the front and ruffled edges. Pick a solid color fabric and it’s a dress for picture day or company.

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Practice your quilting skills on this little jacket. Quilting makes it extra warm and gives it folksy appeal. Finished with trim and a stand up collar for hikes or school mornings.

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A corduroy vest is quilted so it’s extra warm and cozy. A patterned lining and buttons have a folksy heritage look. Make it in denim or solid cotton for a more modern piece.

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More dressed up than a cardigan but just as soft. This detailed jacket is great for dress up with it’s piping trim and stand up collar.

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A little quilted handbag with the cutest heart shape. It’s soft and durable for little girls to carry everywhere.

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This hand knit sweater pattern is like a knitting sampler you can wear! It’s soft and cozy in merino wool with easy lace repeats.

Happy Oktoberfest!

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    Oct 4, 2014, 12.30 PMby cupandpenny

    Very cute.

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    Oct 1, 2014, 05.47 PMby MistressPimperella

    I think the 2 piece Costume Dress would be fantastic to work around the TARDIS Dr Who Dress my daughter has been asking for.

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    Sep 26, 2014, 06.32 AMby sew4my3

    Adorable designs! I would love to see the little boys Lederhosen as a pattern. Simply too cute not to add to the Burdastyle collection!

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    Sep 23, 2014, 10.59 PMby cascadia

    I looooove this collection. I just wish there were plus-sizes available. This is my favorite kind of collection, though – for us romantics.

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      Sep 24, 2014, 04.38 PMby nouvellegamine

      I remember a few years back, the international Burda Mag had the most beautiful dirndl bodice- issue 9/2011. I don’t know if they’re on this site, but you could try searching. It’s kind of a needle in a haystack though bc dirndls aren’t popular here there’s not a “dirndl” section like there is on the german site. Here’s a link to the Russian site that has a preview in case you want to try tracking down the issue:
      http://burdastyle.ru/zhurnaly/burda-2011-9/

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    Sep 22, 2014, 12.15 AMby aluckmann

    Ooh, I love the traditional dirndl dress as well as the jacket. I might need to find some more time for sewing!

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    Sep 21, 2014, 10.22 PMby Luz Kettle

    Really lovely,

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    Sep 21, 2014, 01.00 AMby wolfm

    Adorable!

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    Sep 20, 2014, 07.51 PMby nouvellegamine

    I LOVE the Oktoberfest patterns. I was so worried after last year that they were gone for good.

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    Sep 20, 2014, 06.27 PMby Trudy McGrath

    Lovely assembly but why is there only one piece for boys? I’d like more outfits for little lads!

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    Sep 20, 2014, 04.09 PMby najmawhatley

    Charming

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