I just sat down to trace off a pattern which I am making for my daughter to wear to a wedding on 22 September.
But it turns out that there was a mistake in my issue and I have two sets of pattern sheets ABCD and no DEFG!! The pattern I need is on sheet F (any language/nationality is fine).
If any of you have this issue, I would be very, very grateful if someone could help me by copying the pattern for 134, Coat for Girls, pattern pieces 1-6, Green line. Alternatively, if anyone could send the pattern sheet, I would be happy to return it intact by registered post, or if there is any other way you can think of I’m happy to hear it.
Here is the photographic evidence of this disaster…
I have an extensive collection of Burda World of Fashion magazines dating back to 2004, and am always happy to reciprocate this favour.
Many thanks in advance,
Hi, I don’t think you will have too much trouble leaving the pattern as it is on the bo…
I posted three last night that haven’t shown up either in my studios or on the project …
You could just use a Princess line bodice pattern and tape the pieces together at the b…
Still doesn’t seem to be fixed. Quite unprofessional!
Edited: Hi Gambiin – just reread your post and looked at the pattern – no shoulders to …
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