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13 June

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    Jun 13, 2013, 02.53 PMby dhoganberg

    I found a pattern for the 5/2010 drawstring band skirt. I really like the peasant blouse that was shown with it. Is there a pattern for that blouse? If so, how can I purchase it?

26 April

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    Apr 26, 2013, 09.26 AMby Sandra Julian

    I am looking for a dress pattern from Burda 2/2009 #124B. Could you please tell me if this pattern is available for download?

23 May

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    May 23, 2012, 10.22 PMby carottesauvage

    Re the velvet vintage dress posted today Please, Give credit Burdastyle team. I suggested the idea of using your archives maybe 2 years ago (see “archives revisited” in the REQUESTED SECTION of the forum). Nora totally embrassed the idea and forwarded the idea to your editor in Germany. Please don’t take this platform engineered by great minds such as Nora Abousteit and Benedikta von Raisle , for granted when you are not even able to be creative in the first place. You don’t do them any credit nor the members benefiting to your company. I will post on other platform in the future…hum… thinking of KOLLABORAting right now :/ Indie style baby!

16 May

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    May 16, 2012, 03.01 PMby roliver

    When will your magazines be available globally? I had to wait 6 weeks for my book and it is rather disappointing to hear that there is a magazine available that i cannot get my hands on.

6 May

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    May 6, 2012, 06.15 AMby kgleeson

    Hi, I have just bought the 1/2012 edition of Burda Style magazine. I would like to make the 111 Jacket on page 40 howver the pattern overview is missing from the instructions page (10). Can you please supply these to me so I can work out what pattern pieces I need? Thank you.

30 March

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    Mar 30, 2012, 06.31 PMby Jequita Jones

    I am not understanding your pattern completely; my question is that with the seam allowance is it being including or not including on your pattern and where would I make the need adjustment when working with your pattern. Honestly, I haven’t purchase your patterns because of this reason. But I love your style of patterns. I am trying to conquer my fear of Burda patterns!!!!!

29 March

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    Mar 29, 2012, 05.09 AMby Ai Desu

    Hi,could you please download more fashionable jumpsuit pattern?please… Thanks

17 January

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    Jan 17, 2012, 06.12 PMby Sewing And Style

    Hi, some of your latest uploaded patterns do not correspond with the actual issues of Burda Style magazine, I commented on them with the valid issue references. It is very confusing I have to admit, please look into it in future

16 January

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    Jan 16, 2012, 08.46 PMby Chrissie Bee

    I downloaded my first and last pattern from burda style online. The instructions are very poorly put together. There is no layout plan. The pattern seems to have all kinds of pieces that don’t correspond to the garment. Where is the German precision?

31 August

16 May

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    May 16, 2011, 03.55 PMby little-meep

    Please can you expain the sizing on the short wedding dress #102 and #108 patterns? I cant see them on the sizing chart

12 May

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    May 12, 2011, 07.03 PMby nhouse

    The pattern for 3/2011 Tea-length Skirt is not available. Can someone fix this please?

5 April

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    Apr 5, 2011, 11.45 AMby little-meep

    Please can you expain the sizing on the short wedding dress #102 and #108 patterns? I cant see them on the sizing chart

5 February

4 February

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    Feb 4, 2011, 01.05 PMby ndpeters

    I am hoping you can clarify your sizing for some of your patterns. For example, your wide-legged trousers #129 are in sizes 17, 18, 19, 20, and 21 — what does this mean? The sizing chart does not include these sizes.

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      Apr 2, 2011, 02.32 PMby amhellmers

      Those are petite sizes given with a number half of the “regular” size that they correspond to.

18 January

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    Jan 18, 2011, 05.51 PMby jenss-1

    Sorry! I accidentally clicked the “inappropriate” link on your posting regarding the harem pants. I meant to reply to the comment—-the BSM sarouel patterns are really nice interpretations of the style. I’m planning to make a pair or two—the difficulty is finding nice, suitable fabric. Thanks for the article!

11 January

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    Jan 11, 2011, 03.44 AMby elegantthreads

    Is there a way that I can order just the January 2011 issue of Burda Style? I want to order one issue before I decide whether or not I want to make a commitment and subscribe. If so, could you please tell me how I should go about ordering the 1/2011 issue? Thank you

20 December

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    Dec 20, 2010, 03.09 AMby lmb

    Burda, do you know that most of the photos linked to the patterns are not available for viewing? It would help to see what the pattern styles look like.

17 November

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    Nov 17, 2010, 07.43 PMby alexus1325

    I just wanted to say THANK YOU to the casting director and editors for using a REAL SIZED model! All three of the 10/2010 patterns posted on Nov 16 show a gorgeous, curvaceous 20-something, and I really appreciate being able to see what the finished garments look like on an average figure :D

14 September

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    Sep 14, 2010, 01.24 AMby malagala

    It would be great if you would include more photos of the finished garments in the pattern descriptions. I want to see the details of the garment before I purchase the pattern & I like to use the pictures as a guide as i work. Many of the models have not been posed to face the camera and it is difficult to see the clothes they are modeling.

    Otherwise, I have found a ton of great patterns that are trendy and sophisticated. I’m a big fan of Burda Style Magazine!

9 September

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    Sep 9, 2010, 05.12 AMby madling

    where i can buy past issue of burday style magazine?

    thanks

20 August

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    Aug 20, 2010, 03.10 PMby manouxxx

    I’d like to buy Burda magazines (or subscribe), but don’t know where. I used to them in bookstores when I was living in The Netherlands, but can’t find them in the US. Can anyone help me?

    Thanks! Manou

8 July

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    Jul 8, 2010, 06.01 PMby nhouse

    Hello.

    i don’t know if it is just the computers i use, but half the time i can not see the images for the projects and patterns posted by the magazine. They are always broken. Are other people having this problem too?

2 July

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    Jul 2, 2010, 01.04 AMby manati

    Where can I get a subscription to the magazine? THanks

18 June

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    Jun 18, 2010, 06.17 PMby kristenpage

    I am kind of new here in burdastyel.com and as I started investigating this website I found I so interesting and original. But I was told that some months or years ago that the patterns that now are “highly” priced used to be FREE… For example: Azalea dress… I would be great if those old free patterns would be still free because, though many uploaded patterns by users are great, it would give new users an idea of what burda is.. I know what you are because my grandmother and my mother and lately myself have all a stack of burdas but some people dont.. Love this site!

7 June

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    Jun 7, 2010, 12.55 AMby antimony59

    Will you still be showing the magazines on line? I am from New Zealand and our magazines in the stores are around 2 months behind. I really liked how on the old site I could look at the issue in advance too see if I wanted to buy it. It would be great if you could keep this up. Cheers

18 May

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    May 18, 2010, 09.32 PMby wackyblonde

    It’s great that you are offering these patterns for sale. But, could you not go through them and apply a more realistic price tag to the lesser garments. Example a t-shirt pattern should not cost the same as the coat pattern same goes for the bags. Just a suggestion.

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    May 18, 2010, 10.59 AMby sokkenmonster

    Dear people of burdastyle magazine,

    How cool is it that you started uploading your patterns on this wonderful site! I really appreciate this, especially when you didn’t buy a copy and come to regret this later, it will be so practical.

    However, I think it’s kind of confusing and also strange that some patterns that are really variations on the same pattern are sold as two different patterns, especially since the price for the individual patterns is so high if you compare it to a whole issue of burdastyle magazine.

    The clearest example is the kids shoulder bag from the February 2010 issue. Since I have this particular issue of burdastyle magazine at home I know there are two slightly different versions of this bag. However, from the technical drawing one can hardly or not see that. I think this is confusing for people browsing through the pattern pages. I also think it is strange to make people pay two times this quite high price of over 5 dollars if they want to have both variations of skirt 103 of this same February issue.

    Wouldn’t it be an idea to cluster patterns who are really variations of one another? I feel that would be more fair to the people paying for them, and the pattern pages would be less crowded with all these similar patterns.

    With lots of sewing love ;), Erika

13 May

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    May 13, 2010, 06.38 AMby tuxy

    LoVe YoU BuRdA

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