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Since all the winners were chosen from our Ultimate Member Model Challenge for our original Not Without Style collection, we wanted to reintroduce you to this lovely pattern collection. This collection has everything from a spring time coat to a cute little romper! Spring prints with lots of color complete this collection and bring it all together.

coat

This jacket is great for warmer weather if you sew it in a lighter weight fabric and also from its form fitting silhouette. The best part about this coat is the sporty details like the stand-up collar and pockets.

maxi dress

This dress has an athletic style infused in the design that makes this maxi perfect for everyday casual wear.

playsuit

This short jumpsuit has dropped shoulders and a cinched in waist due to the several rows of smocking. This suit can be suitable for day or night depending on how you style it.

skirt

This playful mini skirt has multiple pleats radiating from the waistline. There are pockets on the side complete with bows to give this skirt a girly touch!

wrap dress

This wrap dress has pleats along the waistline and intricate yoke seams. This pattern makes a great little going out dress that is both comfortable and flattering with all of its details.

piped dress

This dress has an A-line silhouette and piped seaming throughout to give that bit of style contrast.

culottes

Not quite shorts and not quite pants! These culottes are perfect for this transitional time of year and they also embody a wide silhouette to give the pants structure when sewn in a more stiff fabric.

gathered blouse

From the waist up this blouse looks like a classic men’s shirt! The blouse’s waistline has a pretty gathered peplum attached that gives a feminine silhouette to the garment.

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Happy Sewing!

6 Comments

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    May 20, 2015, 06.44 PMby nrobson

    great stuff :)

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    May 18, 2015, 05.21 PMby Mokara

    I second what nouvellegamine said in her post :)

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    May 18, 2015, 03.15 PMby nouvellegamine

    I love that you used members. Don’t get me wrong, one of the reasons I buy Burda is for the beautiful editorials, but I really like seeing the patterns presented this way as well. Good job!

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      May 19, 2015, 12.26 AMby MegH

      Thanks!! I love this as well, shows off the wonderful talent of our members :)

      Best,
      Meg

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    May 18, 2015, 02.15 PMby mollybaecker

    Re the raglan darted dress: Why does it say in this description that one should use knits? On the original pattern it recommend poplin?

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      May 19, 2015, 12.25 AMby MegH

      The recommendation from the BurdaStyle magazine indicated knits due to the fact that is has no closure (i.e. a zipper) the poplin variation must have included some type of closure. You could use pretty much any fabric you like (that’s why I love sewing, haha) But you have to look at the pattern and see where to accommodate.

      Best,
      Meg

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