I love the site and seeing all the members’ projects, but since this site has replaced the English-language version of the Burda site entirely, I really want to see more of the patterns from the magazines appear on this site — and more quickly. Two things I could do with the magazine that I cannot do now:
1. I loved looking at all the style pages in a way that mimics the completeness of the printed magazine. I really miss that (to the point of checking the German site regularly, even though I cannot read the text).
2. While I like looking at the styles, I use the children’s and plus-size patterns, and many of those don’t appear to be available on this website. It’s now almost November, and the last children’s patterns from the magazine on this site are from June (unless I am simply not finding them…)
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