This is in no way to disrespect Burda sewing patterns- but here’s a thought that might make Burdastyle.com more useful to me, and it’s entirely possible you have already thought of this.
I really like the ability to see what other people did with the sewing patterns available- I have found no other website with that sort of useful and specific information. There is a site for hand knitters called Ravelry where it is possible to look up any knitting pattern and see how it worked out for the hundreds of other people that have tried it. As it is there are people talking about other brands of sewing patterns so why not make user-filled database of sewing patterns like the Ravelry website?
Just a thought. Go to Ravelry and see what I am talking about.
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