Although it’s been a year since i sewed that skirt (size 36), i don’t remember having this proble…
Your roses are perfect!!!! You did a great job, your skirt is spectacular!!!!
During my sewing lesson’s at Burda’s, we had to sew a coat. I choose Burda pattern No 7458, version C. I added the flowers for a more romantic look.
I bought a camel fabric, 100% wool and I am al…
From Burda issue August 8/2011, this is dress pattern 119.
It’s fully lined and i admit the difficult part was the collar. Hopefully my teacher at Burda’s Sewing Lessons helped me… and this is t…
Όμορφες δημιουργίες από την όμορφη Ελλάδα μας!!!!!!
Thank you very much for your comment! You have absolotely right, it is very comfortable.
I found …
Based on Burda No 7529. I added a band from a blue floral fabric from a summer dress that i had shortened. I think it matches perfectly!
Based on Burda No 8677.
My changes: 2 different fabrics, i used a bright purple and a purple floral. I split the front yoke in three and i compined the fabrics (bright purple, floral, bright purp…
This skirt is based on Burda pattern No 8090. I used 2 different cotton fabrics, a light green and a chintz. I also sewed a light green lining.
This skirt is based on Burda pattern No 7633, pattern C. But instead of pencil style i made it a line-A skirt!
I used Burda pattern No 8836.
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