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This new collection from the January 2016 issue of BurdaStyle features patterns fit for the wild! Lots of faux fur, contrasting colors and fabrics as well as challenging designs that will keep you inspired and busy sewing until spring.

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This coat is distinguished not only by its material mix but by the cut extras like dragon wedges, capped sleeves and the cross-seam pockets with snap fasteners.


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This cropped wool jacket features an unbuttoned collar, wool velours and a cozy collar that you can easily remove and attach as desired.


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This winter parka is lined with fur and features contrasting panels, drawstring, zipper and flap pockets. Although this classic parka is a good deal of work, the end result will be worth the effort!


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Faux fur trim takes this long wool coat to new heights. It is ankle-length and closes with a belt and snaps. The faux fur neck scarf piece is sewn by hand.


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This spectacular long-haired faux fur coat is collarless, slightly flared and with seam pockets for warming chilly hands.


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These pleated trousers are understated sexy. They feature a downward tapered cut and inlaid creases as well as back welt pockets that complete the masculine look.


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This chic faux fur jacket has a retro feel and a clean cut with beveled edges and a snap button closure.

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This knitted beanie will keep your head warm and it has that stylish slouchy silhouette to compliment any coat.

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Happy Sewing!

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    Jan 6, 2016, 04.47 AMby nrobson

    stunning groovy selection

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    Dec 22, 2015, 05.28 PMby purplefan

    Stunning brown fabric for pants. The other items, if made up in Rose Quartz or say neon (yes, thinking of the 80s), might see daily wear.

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