BurdaStyle Digital Magazine Winter 2014 Issue #2014W

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This is a digital PDF version of the entire magazine

BurdaStyle magazine’s very first US edition is full of inspiring trends, DIY projects, and sewing tips and how-to’s. Plus, beautiful fashion spreads show off the magazine’s 40 included BurdaStyle patterns fit for any occasion. This issue includes:

  • A sewing machine and serger combo giveaway
  • New and hot sewing products
  • A 101 for working with BurdaStyle patterns
  • An introduction to sergers
  • Runway looks you can DIY
  • 10 tips for sewing the perfect buttonhole
  • The season’s top fashion trends: Bright colors, graphic lines, black & white, glittery holiday wear, and earthy textures

Dive into the premier US edition of the world’s leading sewing magazine, featuring unique BurdaStyle designs, 40 fashion sewing patterns, and DIY projects inspired by the runway.

We’ve got a couple of other ways for you to access the magazine too:

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      Oct 25, 2013, 04.27 AMby debycoles

      Can anyone tell us – does this include the digital pattern version of each of the individual patterns, or it is simply the massive pattern maze all printed on each other, the same as the magazine and equally near-impossible to use? If we got the individual patterns, it would make it worth it. Tracing the one I want from the pattern maze gives me a headache.

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        Oct 26, 2013, 05.41 PMby vivienne

        Pattern maze as a tiled pdf.

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        Nov 1, 2013, 03.34 PMby Denise medenisewild

        This digital version of the magazine is a direct replica of the printed magazine itself. So it includes the pattern insert sheets that are bound in the magazine. Because those large insert sheets are too big for a home printer, we’ve split them up into PDF pages that you will print and tile together. In case you don’t already know, the insert sheets for this US version of the magazine are much cleaner and less busy than the German magazine and the English translation of the German magazine (the “International version”). So it’s not as overwhelming as what BurdaStyle readers have seen in the past.

        Hope that helps!

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      Oct 24, 2013, 01.59 PMby kathhhhhy

      I saw this U.S. edition in a store the other day and wasn’t too excited since it is a synopsis of previous Burda magazines… I saw no new pattern content. What happened to the page with all the technical drawings at a glance? I wan’t too excited about the newer content/topics (most seamstresses just want to see the patterns, the models in the patterns and discussion of the garments/designs in particular. The “extra content” of other international sewing magazines are usually seen as just filler.)

      I see how this version will reach out to to seamstresses who aren’t familiar with Burda already. Why has Burda chosen to abbreviate the German ones and repackage it in only four issues a year for the North America market as opposed to bringing the whole magazine to us each month? It would seem to be significantly more practical to reach to so many more potential customers that way. The U.S. sewing market is beyond ready to have the whole magazine at our fingertips in any big box store.

      I saw some strides being taken in the directions. I’m excited to see that!

      Also, will there ever be a time when the the English translated German version will be readily available in big box stores (like this new U.S. version is?) Or be available in a digital format? That would be wonderful!

      So many questions! I just really have enjoyed Burda over the years and would love to have easier access here in the U.S. to all the content you produce.

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        Nov 1, 2013, 03.59 PMby Denise medenisewild

        Hello! The patterns-at-a-glance page will reappear in the spring issue and will be included in all subsequent issues.

        The magazine that we’ve put together (this US version) has many features that are different from the German version: US-available products in the beauty and accessories pages, a entire sewing section with articles, tips, and information, a community section that brings BurdaStyle.com members into the pages of the magazine, four runway trend/DIY pages instead of two, New & Now product pages letting readers know of great things that are out there (and available in the US), plus all of the instructions for every single pattern have been redone: They’re more detailed and more thorough, they use terms, measuring units, and fabrics and notions that are common in the US, and they’re easier to understand. And there are even more great pages we’re adding to the next issues!

        Anyone who would prefer the German content can subscribe to the “International issue”, which is a direct English translation of the German magazine, available around the world each month. The English translated version will not be available in big box stores like this US version. And I’m not sure if there are future plans to create a digital version of the translated magazine.

        I hope that answers your questions!

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        Nov 2, 2013, 07.19 PMby kathhhhhy

        Thanks, Denise! That was helpful! I will be watching the U.S. version as they are published. I am very excited to see how they evolve with each issue! P.S. I Hit the ‘report as inappropriate button’ by mistake… I was looking to to click a ‘reply’ button. Sorry!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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      Oct 24, 2013, 12.21 AMby princesslo

      Does this Winter/US issue contain the same patterns as the November issue sold elsewhere or is it a special issue with a completely different pattern set? Answers are very much appreciated!

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        Oct 26, 2013, 05.40 PMby vivienne

        The patterns are taken from various recent issues over the last year or so, not the Nov 3013 magazine.

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      Oct 23, 2013, 07.44 PMby kraney8

      Please do this all the time!!! Love the digital copies!!

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      Oct 23, 2013, 09.50 AMby JillStraw

      so, Denise – you weren’t kidding!! wow… that was quick!! This is the way to travel! Thanks!

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