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This plus size pattern collection is showcased in the June 2013 issue of burda style magazine. These styles will make you shine in front of the camera, and ensure you are ready for your close up! This collection experiments with color and has a mix of casual and dressy styles that are transitional. Check them all out!

This Slit Sleeve Blouse has so much detail to it. Like the great V neckline with inset and the fluttery sleeve with layers of fabric.

Dress or shirt? That is the luxury of this Dress. It has the classic styling of a shirt but made into a lovely dress. Perfect to wear for those summer day trips.

This Pleated Skirt had so much fun volume! It is pleated at the front and it really has a great wrap effect.

What a stunner! This red T-Dress has a loose-fitting silhouette, so It is comfy to wear and it will allow the fabric to blow in the breeze. The sleeves are flouncy and integrated into the bodice.

This little Dress has a plunging deep V-neckline with contrast band at the neckline and waist. Pair with a sunhat and sandals for a great beach look or throw on a pair of heels and wear this fun dress out on the town

This Yoked Tunic is great for this time of year! It has a lovely U-shaped yoke seam with center front slit and ties at the sleeve. We love it worn with these slim Seamed Pants.

This silk Blouse is elegant and flowing with movement. It has an empire seam under the bust with darts and a center front slit with loop and button.

Happy Sewing!

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    May 18, 2013, 02.33 PMby KristinaBerisha

    Lovely :)

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    May 18, 2013, 01.37 PMby flowergirl22

    they are all very nice,, my favourite is the red top,

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    May 18, 2013, 10.47 AMby MicNanDec

    I actually like a lot of these. They have nice details, like the dress with the shirt front, and the fabric looks like it will skim over the body.

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    May 18, 2013, 10.47 AMby Chococatlovescookies

    I’m sorry, but that v-neck dress is really not cool. It looks like a potato sack 0.0

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    May 17, 2013, 01.05 AMby jellerose

    I like the Yoked tunic but I don’t think the others would flatter a fuller figure. Sleeves are cut off at largest part of the arm not flattering & covering the Bust area with all that fabric would just emphasise ample busts making you look heavier. I’ve looked around and found burdastyle.com.de have a nice range of plus size patterns, are you guys linked in any way?

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    May 16, 2013, 11.26 PMby bettysparkles

    The last blouse design is a good, simple design that would flatter many women. Very nice.

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    May 16, 2013, 09.54 PMby jjelsewear

    these patterns are ok for the sewer who does not want or need to alter the pattern. For those of us who have fabric-gasms when walking through Mood Fabrics NYC or look at abstract images and see couture pieces yearning to be drafted, not so much.

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    May 16, 2013, 08.16 PMby Carien Dolittle

    I’ve been asking for all my life what the little device does they use in photoshoots. Oh wait, it’s about the patterns..

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    May 16, 2013, 07.31 PMby sewsweetviolets

    Love the lace coat with the satin hem, why not included? Also I think some a re bombshell, but most are meh.

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    May 16, 2013, 06.35 PMby sunspot

    Mmm! I really love the silk blouse. Those sleeves are flattering for my . . .ahem . . . upper arms, but usually they look too much like a bridesmaid dress. Integrating them into the bodice will help. I think I’ll try this one.

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