Ultguide_webbanner_218x126

Learn How SIMPLE
Digital Patterns Really Are!

Sign Up to Receive
The Ultimate Guide to Digital Sewing Patterns eBook + a FREE Skirt Pattern!

Mode3_large

Conquer the cold in this white hot collection of winter coats, skirts and sweaters. These unique designs are sure to add a touch of class and sophistication to your winter wardrobe. The patterns are from the January 2015 issue of Burda Style Magazine.

110 blog

This cozy sweater has an air of elegance with an attached scarf draping delicately from the shoulders. The scarf falls fluidly across the chest and extends towards the back from the left shoulder for added flair.

109a blog

Flaunt an hourglass figure in this playful mini skirt with a narrow waistband, smooth center panels, and ruffled side layers. A zipper hidden in one of the back panel seams allows for a smooth and subtle closure.

108A blog

This flowing, feminine skirt with an asymmetrical hi-lo hem and flattering wrap front shows off the legs and lengthens the figure. Sewn in a soft wool and worn with knit tights, the skirt is a perfect addition to your winter wardrobe.

107 blog

Bundle up on a cool day in this casual, relaxed-fit sweater with a slashed v-neckline and side seam slits at the hem. The edges along the neckline, hem and wrists are bound for a tidy, clean finish.

106 blog

Stay warm all winter in this cozy chunky knit sweater with a bound neckline slit, rounded shoulders, and playful tassels adorning the hem and neckline.

105a blog

This enchanting dress has a romantic, vintage flair with its smocked ruffled neckline, sleeves and layered hem. The dress is fitted with an invisible side seam zipper.

104a blog

Stand out in this modern and sophisticated structured funnel-neck jacket. Sculpted panels shape the jacket beautifully and accentuate your curves. The unique asymmetrical front snaps closed at the shoulder.

103 blog

This boxy jacket with dropped shoulders ties closely at the waist for a figure-flattering fit. Contrast binding around the edges creates eye-catching definition.

101 blog

This fierce jacket is all about the contrast. The oversized collar adds extra volume around the neck and shoulders, emphasizing the cinched waistline and creating a gorgeous hourglass silhouette.

…And for a limited time get all these patterns in one download at a discount. Love all there patters? Click here to download the whole collection.

Happy Sewing!

6 Comments

  • Image_large

    Jan 7, 2015, 07.31 AMby Jeanette Ponder

    That funnel neck jacket is slaying me. It’s a MUST.

  • Avalon2_large

    Dec 19, 2014, 05.43 PMby kalimata

    Ah I see those might just be different furry boots, not a covering ; ) But maybe a pattern to make these would still be a good idea. Great way to change the look of one pair of boots.

  • Avalon2_large

    Dec 19, 2014, 05.40 PMby kalimata

    I like this collection. Classic styling, some great jackets. The furry things over the boots are a nice touch, would have been cool to include a pattern, but I could probably figure it out if I wanted to make some. What brand of boots are those in the feminine skirt shot?

  • Meme_large

    Dec 16, 2014, 04.56 PMby bubbieone

    Love the chunky tops. I am not very long, uber skinny or flat, and the chunky look skims over my shape very nicely. Love the skirts, although I would have to adjust the waist to accommodate my round middle, and wonder how the flowing feminine skirt would hang. I might just try it!

  • Photo_103_large

    Dec 16, 2014, 10.49 AMby RomRom

    Definitely the funnel neck jacket. Great styling. That last jacket has an awesome mix of texture!

  • 405a_large

    Dec 15, 2014, 07.34 PMby MojoHollz

    I am in love with this collection! I don’t like the 2 boxy tops very much but the skirts are awesome and would look good on any body any age (perhaps with a little hem length adjusting but the design and styling are solid!). I am totally drooling over the funnel neck jacket! Also the fierce jacket would look super cool with bomber jacket styling, don’t you think? Lamb skin on the collar distressed leather for the main, mmh-mmh good! This collection has made me very hungry for some sewing!

    • This is a question
  1. Sign in to add a post

Departments

  • Editors' Pick
  • Pattern Collections
  • BurdaStyle Academy
  • Backstage Report
  • Fashion & Trends
  • DIY to Try
  • Tips & Techniques
  • Member Highlights
  • Sewing Projects
  • Outta Town
  • Contests & Competitions
  • Archive
  • Guest Columns
  • Videos
  • Meg's Magazine Mash Up
  • As Seen In
  • Podcast