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Today is the day. The BurdaStyle Sewing Handbook hits retailers in the United States and we can hardly contain our excitement (international members: you can order your copy from a U.S. retailer and have the book shipped internationally)! If you haven’t had a chance yet, make sure to check out our dedicated page to get an exclusive preview of the book including pictures, pattern previews, technical drawings and more, then snag your copy at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Indie Bound or wherever books are sold!

And international members – mark your calendars because The BurdaStyle Sewing Handbook will be released to international retailers in January 2012, while the eBook version will be available for download through iTunes, Amazon and other online outlets on December 7th, 2011 [Updated 12/6/2011]. Make sure to stay tuned as we share more info, behind the scenes peeks and great projects straight from our very first book!

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    Nov 3, 2011, 07.26 PMby SewWhatever

    Suggestions/recommendations: which format would be best kindle or hardcover?

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      Nov 4, 2011, 02.29 PMby sew4my3

      There are advantages to both.

      With the Kindle and ebooks you will have everything in one place at the touch of a button. The codes to download the patterns so that you may print them at home on your printer.

      Hardcover, you get to enjoy flipping through the pages and the patterns are included in the book. No printer needed.

      Great advantages to both, so you just need to figure out which one you prefer.

      Happy Sewing!

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    Nov 2, 2011, 01.27 PMby Andreaelf

    I just can’t wait till January. I’ll deffinetly find this one! Thanks for good news!

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    Nov 1, 2011, 08.55 PMby physicsgirl

    Today is the day? six hours ago? I just bought this for myself about 3 hours ago from my local bookstore (noting that they still have one left for someone else)! Wow… I feel so “on top of things now” (which is a rarity with a toddler in tow).

    What I liked most was the different variations on the patterns aren’t all just “pieces added or taken away”… there’s some real drafting discussed. Great work as always, BurdaStyle ladies and gents! Now if that toddler will only let me sew (can’t wait til she’s old enough to be busy with her own projects to let me do mine)!

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