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This island inspired collection from the June issue of BurdaStyle magazine is full of summer frocks and tropical prints! A gorgeous halter-neck jumpsuit that can easily be dressed up with heels as well as skirts, shorts and feminine dresses that are begging to be worn on warm summer days.

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123 dress fabric
Spearmint Knit Honeycomb Mesh; Bottle Green Crinkled Gauze; Liberty of London Kenzos Leaf Green/Blue Cotton Poplin

This adorable summer dress features a large cutout in the back in a triangle shape. The high neck and modest length keep it classy and flirty at the same time!


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121 dress fabric
Poppy Red Paisley Polyester Jersey Knit; Peacock/Red Paisley Polyester Jersey Knit; Black and Neon Abstract Cotton-Viscose Jersey

This fitted sheath dress is ruched along the front for a very feminine and sexy look. It features short sleeves and a modest slit in the neckline with a hem that hits at the knee.


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120B fabric
Cornflower and Pink Tropical-Print Rayon Jersey; Italian Orange and Beige Floral Viscose Jersey Print; White/Pink/Beige Floral Jersey Prints

This v-neck dress is gathered at the bust and features wide sleeves. You can make it short or midi length, there is also an option to make it a tank instead of a dress.


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119B jumpsuit fabric
Oscar de la Renta Mustard Floral Aztec Print Cotton-Lycra Twill; Yellow/Pink Floral Printed Cotton Voile; Yellow Paisley Printed Cotton Poplin

This halter-neck jumpsuit is so fun for summer! It features a cinched waistline and wide-leg pants, which you can also make into shorts for a totally different look. Pair with heels and wear to your next semi-formal event!


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117 dress fabric
Liberty of London Tresco White/Multicolor Silk-Cotton Voile; Italian Multicolor Abstract Cotton-Lycra Voile; Floral Kaleidoscope Digitally Printed Polyester Chiffon

This v-neck dress has a midi length, which is trendy and feminine. It has a loose yet flattering fit and an A-line silhouette. Belt it for a cinched waistline!


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116A top fabric
Mint Stretch Rayon Jersey; Hot Teal Stretch Rayon Jersey; Fairest Jade Silk Knit Jersey

The perfect easy-to-make basic tank to have in your closet! Make this plunging v-neck tank with gathered shoulders in every color and pair with a midi skirt.


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115A fabric
Lightweight Floral Cotton Batiste; Soft Fuchsia and White Floral Cotton; White Realistically Printed Floral Silk Chiffon

This keyhole tunic features fun large sleeves that are collected at about a 3/4 length. Make in a number of different fabric for a dressier or more paired-down look. Pair with jeans or tuck into a skirt!


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112 Dress fabric
Multi-Color Watercolor Cotton Sateen; Deep Mint Stretch Cotton Sateen; Green/Purple/Blue Tropical Leaves Stretch Cotton Sateen

This feminine bustier dress is fitted and with a scoop neck. Make it in a bold fabric and wear to your next summer wedding!


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111B shorts fabric
Liberty of London Tresco White/Multicolor Silk-Cotton Voile; Italian Multicolor Abstract Cotton-Lycra Voile; Beauty Pink Petersham Grosgrain Ribbon

These paper bag waisted shorts feature a fuller silhouette and a cinched waistline. Pair with a tucked in tank for a polished daytime look at your next summer picnic!


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108A skirt fabric
Sky/Metallic Gold Solid Linen Lame; Pale Blue Cotton Batiste; Midnight Blue Wired Edge Ribbon

This elastic waist skirt has a fold over flap that acts as a flirty slit at the side. You can make a few different variation of this using, making it longer or shorter, adding decorative buttons on the outside or even a pocket.


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106B fabric
Sky/Metallic Gold Solid Linen Lame; Pale Blue Cotton Batiste; Famous Designer Blue and Off-White Herringbone Cotton Woven

This boxy blouse features an interesting asymmetric collar and is made in a summer-friendly linen fabric. Pair with jeans or a fitted skirt for a fun summer look.

Want ALL 11 of these sewing patterns? You can purchase them all here in a bundle at a discounted price from now until next Monday when a new collection is released!.

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15 Comments

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    Jun 16, 2015, 02.19 PMby SneakyWMNS

    That’s brillant ! Very nice. Love the last one

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    Jun 10, 2015, 01.36 AMby nouvellegamine

    ps- the cut out back dress and the ruched front sheath are cute .

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    Jun 10, 2015, 01.22 AMby nouvellegamine

    I’m not sure if the visitors to this site know the reason why there are repeats is bc these are from the monthly magazine. In each issue there’s 4 standard size collections, 1 kids, and 1 plus. In the standard collections there are a lot of repeats between the collections bc they’re made in different fabrics. Sometimes there are sleeve variations or other details. I have always like that about Burda bc there are so many times I’ve seen a pattern and thought, “Ehhhh,” and then seen it in a different fabric and fallen in love. Summer for Burda is usually a lot of easy makes and I frequently give those issues a pass, but I was pretty sad to find that 2014/15 Fall/Winter was full of a lot of very plain designs. I’m starting to think it’s just me and that I just like “over designed” patterns. But in order for me to bother making something it needs to have at least the option of something like an interesting sleeve or a pretty neckline. I’m just never going to make tank tops or elastic waist dirndl skirts :/ It’s not just Burda. I haven’t purchased a pattern from either an Indie company or the Big 4 this year.

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    Jun 9, 2015, 05.52 PMby brwnskngurl

    Kristin, after 5 years of subscribing to Burda magazine I give! I find that most of the patterns are repeats. If I see something like that’s a different story. Before I download another pattern that doesn’t quite assemble perfectly, I’d rather shoot myself in the head first!

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    Jun 9, 2015, 03.30 PMby Ivy Little

    I thought the same thing Kirstin! They are also part of the cocktail collection.

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    Jun 9, 2015, 10.17 AMby nrobson

    man these are all beautiful!

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    Jun 9, 2015, 07.40 AMby Inkstain1

    My experience with a loose top the is deep-V-necked at both front and back is that it falls off. That jade tank top paired with the floral skirt is very insecure looking. Would be interested to see what happens when someone sews it.

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      Jun 9, 2015, 06.09 PMby tika1210

      The problem with this as you observe is that without shoulders and a bust this style will fall off you. And the issue with a bust is that this look is not flattering as it makes your bust look bigger and not in a good way. This top is cut to sit at the outside of the shoulder and that is never an easy look to wear in this instance style has won out practicality.

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    Jun 9, 2015, 12.04 AMby izbott

    I can’t wait until I get my first burda magazine in the mail! I love these dresses!

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    Jun 8, 2015, 08.01 PMby Ellen Hatteland

    Amazing dress patterns! Love ♥

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    Jun 8, 2015, 04.51 PMby Mokara

    I agree with Kirstin Bozyk – I am more excited about the fabrics :) I have a rule for purchasing a copy of BurdaStyle magazine, if I like at least 2 patterns that I absolutely have to have then I purchase that copy – this year I haven’t purchased a single one!! the patterns have become very very basic :( I keep waiting for the next issue to hopefully purchase.

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      Jun 9, 2015, 03.20 PMby barkcloth

      If you want a preview, you can see it on the German website: http://www.burdastyle.de/archiv/aktuelle-heftvorschau/
      Actually, I was disappointed again. I also didn’t buy a single copy this year so far.

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      Jun 9, 2015, 04.23 PMby nouvellegamine

      Same here. And when they release the digital version of their patterns from a few years ago I realize that I really just like those so much better. :/

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      Jun 9, 2015, 06.29 PMby Mokara

      Thank you for the link hcbouma, and I agree nouvellegamine, I love some of the older issues & I wish I had bought them :/

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    Jun 8, 2015, 04.39 PMby Kirstin Bozyk

    We’ve seen several of these patterns in the last collection. Nothing extraordinarily new or exciting. Not impressed.

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