Simple pattern, I’ve opted for limited paper use, so most pieces are halves, you can either opt to fold the fabric and use the halves, or print them twice and make a full piece.
Seam allowance exc…
A simple A-line dress, with a hoodie and pocket. Made from jersey for active fun and play.
Thanks for posting, I have that Burda magazine and thought of making this dress. It’s sometimes d…
thanks for the link! happy sewing
Lovely! Do you have a link to the Burda pattern? Somehow I can’t seem to find it in their databas…
Lovely colours. Could you please post a photo of it being worn? The original Burda photo is not t…
I’ve had the same problem as Carrira – live in Belgium and haven’t been able to purchase patterns…
lovely fabric (and garden) and nice simple pattern, suits you well. I had a look and the pattern …
splendid – now I regret not buying the April issue! agree with everysitch
the burda pattern had many rows of smocking, quite low on the waist, actually, on the hip. It…
My mother-in-law gave me her old vintage bedsheets from the 70’s. I used Burda’s pattern for the smocked-maxi-dress-022013, which I tought would fit the 70′s feel. After zig-zag smocking the dozens…
Simple pattern : rectangle
A skirt with hand-painted chrysanthemums. Simple project apart from smocking which takes some practicing to get tightness right. The smocking is elastic.
Pretty blouse, fabric choice balances nicely the cuteness of the model. Suits you well too.
Lovely. Suits you very well. Thank you for your inspirational blog.
Thanks. Your comments mean a lot, I might wear it now, despite the ER look :)
I liked the lovely ‘Belted Blouse’ in last summer’s issue, so I took some jade cotton and painted white dragonflies with textile paint . The end project is not as successful as planned, my cotton w…
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