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This week we’re excited to reveal 6 gorgeous patterns all made from rich and romantic reds. Looking for a blazer or a duffel coat, or the perfect holiday ensemble? Check these out and get sewing!



Moving right from the left-hand corner:

1. High-waist V-neck dress. Super flattering and flirty. Make it in a bright wool crêpe or go for a metallic brocade for the ultimate holiday look.
2. Kimono top. This top is fancy and practical. try it in a soft wool or velvet and add a sequin trim for some extra sparkle.
3. Long sleeved dress. Perfect for holiday parties and colder days, this long sleeved dress would look great in a red burn-out velvet or silk crepe.
4. Blazer with cape-like back. Make a surprise statement as you walk away in this unique blazer-capelet. Make it in a richly hued wool velour or velvet and have fun with the buttons.
5. Skirt with box pleats. A variation from the long hippie skirt from the ‘grunge’ patterns, when you chop off the length, you get a super cute mini. Cut it from a bright red wool crêpe or felt for added structural integrity.
6. Duffle coat. Bundle up in style— make it in a nice brushed wool in a bright solid color or go bold with a Navajo or Pendleton wool.

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    Nov 30, 2011, 02.11 PMby manonlucie

    thanks a lot for those gorgeous patterns!

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    Nov 30, 2011, 08.53 AMby Couture Academic

    Loving that kimono top! Gotta make that one…just need a fabulously colored fabric with great drape…I might consider subscribing as well :)

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    Nov 30, 2011, 07.18 AMby shrimpdiablo

    I am loving that little red skirt. I might have to make that one.

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    Nov 29, 2011, 11.56 PMby miausiau

    Where in the world does one find the leather attachments for toggles. Must I make them myself?

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    Nov 29, 2011, 10.38 PMby Marina von Koenig

    I am making the short version of the first v-neck dress. But it took me some time to decipher instructions. Very interesting construction though!

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    Nov 29, 2011, 10.20 PMby cheryl101red

    Agree about the cape-back Blazer. . .very dramatic!

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    Nov 29, 2011, 09.46 PMby nouvellegamine

    i love the blazer with the cape back. really original pattern! and the kimono style top is lovely :D

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    Nov 29, 2011, 09.21 PMby G-A-

    I totally agree, the October, November and December issues have been so great. I loved all the red dresses but I would have liked to have seen them all lined since it’s winter and they were made of wool. I’ll have to figure out the lining by myself :)

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      Nov 29, 2011, 10.35 PMby Marina von Koenig

      August was very cute too! I personally find much more original styles, not the frumpy clothes frin a department store. I have just subscribed to Burda – saves time running to the garment district in order to get the most recent issue.

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    Nov 29, 2011, 09.02 PMby thecuriouskiwi

    Wow BurdaStyle! I think I might actually have to think about re-subscribing, the last few issues have been great!

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    Nov 29, 2011, 07.45 PMby freakusbzzz

    I love wearing red cothes.

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    Nov 29, 2011, 06.09 PMby victors

    This is such an amazing issue, its been a while since I needed to make almost all the magazine!

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    Nov 29, 2011, 05.14 PMby wzrdreams

    Where oh where do I buy Pendleton wool?

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