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Comment to Win with 'No More Dirty Looks'!

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Comment on this blog or follow BurdaStyle on Twitter for your chance to win a copy of No More Dirty Looks by Siobhan O’Connor and Alexandra Spunt!

Last Day to Submit: Project Runway ReMake Challenge presented by Rowenta

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The end is near. Time to get those submissions in to our amazing ReMake competition with Project Runway and Rowenta. Don’t forget that you must have everything into us, including a short description of how you incorporated an iron into your project, by 11:59 pm EST on September 30th to be eligible. From there we will chose the top 50 creations that you will then be able to vote on starting October 4th. So far, we like what we’re seeing and we can’t wait to share the top 50 with you.

Featured Member: klassykate

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1.Where are you from and/or where do you live?

I was born in St. Louis, Missouri and when I was 8 moths old, my family moved to Phoenix, Arizona.

Is Camel The New Black?

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Camel colored garments are taking the world by storm. Buttery tans, burnt yellows and sueded camel colored wools, velvets, suede and silks graced many Autumn/Winter runways as well as hundreds of fashionistas’ backs. Is camel the new black?

Q&A With Tina Sparkles: Author of Little Green Dresses

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Tina Sparkles, author an exciting, project-filled new book (which features 50 pattern-making projects), Little Green Dresses, was kind enough to not only share her Ultra-Miniskirt pattern tutorial with BurdaStyle, but to also answered a couple of questions about her design sense.

New York Maker Faire: We Were There!

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This weekend we packed up our Singer Confidence sewing machines and headed out to Queens for the very first Maker Faire in New York! What an amazing event: fire-breathing whirly rides, fish bicycles, soldering workshops, crocheting classes and too much more to remember!

Swap-O-Rama-Rama This Weekend in Philly

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It’s a new season, which means it’s time to clean out those closets and the fine folks at Swap-O-Rama-Rama are here to help with their 3rd annual Philly Swap! Taking place on October 3rd at the Urban Outfitters headquarters located at the Philly Naval Yard in Philadelphia PA, this community-wide event invites you to bring in clothing items you no long wear and swap them out for gently used garments from other SORR attendees.

Got a Question? Check out our Brand New FAQ Page!

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Need to know how to upload a technique or how to print a pattern through a Copy Shop? Visit our brand-new FAQ and Support pages for the answers!

DIY Fall Accessories

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It’s finally felt like fall here which means that I can stop thinking about ‘hot weather clothing’ and start shifting my focus onto sewing up cozy jackets, long-sleeved shirts, and fabulous accessories. Oddly enough while surfing blogs over the weekend, I stumbled across this entry on “How to Make Fall Accessories” – not only were there some good tips on making your finished designs look professional, but there were fantastic (and new-to-me) resources as well. So, my question now is – what’s your first fall weather sewing project going to be?

The Day Before: Nina Ricci


Have you visited the website Full Frontal Fashion? Here you can find behind-the-scenes videos of designers, models and stylists days before their collections hit the runways. Have fun browsing through the different categories and get an inside look at the makings of a wholesale collection.

Fashion's Funny Bone

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Ever wonder how fashion designers find inspiration? Over at Fashematics, see the break down of extravagant runway looks in hilarious visual equations.

At The Office: 4 New Women's Sewing Patterns

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Do you ever have bittersweet “back to school” feelings when September comes? My mother used to take me and my sister school shopping, and while my sister would strike gold, I’d never be happy with what was there. So my mother and I would sew my clothes. Going to the fabric store was pure inspiration for me. Now that some of us aren’t dressing for school days anymore— we can still dress for the office right? Here are 4 office friendly patterns to play with.

BurdaStyle Classes Announced at Textile Arts Center

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Starting November 2nd, the Textile Arts Center will be offering sewing classes featuring BurdaStyle! The first class of the BurdaStyle Series will be: Intermediate Sewing — Jakob Buttondown Shirt – a perfect intermediate, unisex project.

Autumn Coats: What Are You Wearing?

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The last days of summer are among us in New York city. Fashion week has come to the big apple and has migrated to other parts of the world. Now it’s time to make a list of what you’re going to sew for yourself this Autumn. Most particularly, a coat! Have you decided on a Autumn/Winter coat yet?

Featured Member: kaiju

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1. Where are you from and/or where do you live?

I’m originally from Japan, and I currently live in Brooklyn, NY. I am going to school, majoring in graphic design.

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