While tinkering around in my fabric/garment wiki (after months of absence – the busy fall is almost over!), I noticed that there are not all that many examples of camisoles in the list of creations on the Burda site. For a garment that would seem to me to be relatively easy to make, given its often relatively loose fit, I was a little surprised. Also, looking around on the web, although I found some free patterns, with a few exceptions these aren’t particularly pretty or exciting.
I just wanted to encourage BurdaStyle members to turn their talents to this somewhat neglected area and see what our community comes up with! :)
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