For travel to Europe I needed something warm but light so I made this leather jacket with hand-knitted sleeves and collar. Actually this is the model #118 from Burda 08/2012 but I could not find…
This pattern is great (quick and easy) to make a blouse just before your vacation!
This pattern is great (quick and easy) to make the blouse just before your vacation!
I used the pattern #101 for this blouse, but I followed the sewing instructions of the model #102 ( the dress). A very nice and delicate fabric “Carley” for the blouse and “Spirit denim” for the ca…
When I got the fabric Champlain from the SawyerBrook.com store I knew I had to make a dress with simple lines – the fabric was so rich and lightweight! I corrected only the length of the skirt 25"…
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This model caught my eye the first time that I saw it. I am pleased about how it came out – this type of design makes your tummy flat!
I made the top using pattern 109 from Burda 2/2013. I will…
This is not a blouse and a skirt! This is a dress. I used the pattern #106 from Burda 2/2009. I made it from “Whitetail” fabric from Sawyerbrook.com: I selected “white” color for the top of the dr…
Thank you! For the blouse I used pattern 119 from Burda magazine 2/2008 and fabric “Vortex” from …
I got the fabric from Sawyerbrook.com. It’’s in the “Salad Burnet” pattern. I followed the instructions except that I completely lined the skirt instead of lining the upper part as the pattern ins…
I liked the construction of the dress with built-in belt.
I just doubled the back/front from the same fabric.
The fabric has such bright colors, so I decided the blouse needed simple lines.
The fabric calls “Poppin’Poises” from SawyerBrook.com.
I found the perfect pattern for my daughter’s dress in magazine Burda 2004! Indeed the patterns of Burda are timeless!
It was tricky to sew this dress from silk. I added more interfacing along the neckline and it helped a lot.
I skipped only the decorative seams on the waistband of the dress. On the fabric it says " Reve des vacances", “Tour Effiel”. Since I met my husband in France it is always my “dream” to vacation th…
Thank you! This pants are from magazine Burda July 2008, model 117A. Happy sewing!
J’ai trouve le modele de sac sur la revue “Burda” , Avril 2007. C’est modele chiff…
When making these pants I decided that I would make the bottom width of the legs less than the pattern. The bottom width is therefore 20 inches even though the original pattern called for more…
I am not sure it is a good idea to put the faux leather between the shell and the lining . A…
I slightly changed the original design ( just made it easier). The inside of the bag I made the “lazy” way . I took the zippers and pockets from an old bag. These were sewn into the new linen o…
I needed a little black dress. But I had a textured cotton, so I decided to have a little white dress. This dress was made in 2 days!
My friend asked me to make a rabbit costume from Alice Wonderland. I used the pattern of blouse 625 from Burda special Kid’s Fashion issue E707 . I changed the sleeves and added the collar.
The design E971 from magazine “Sewing made easy” issue 1/2008. I shortened the length as tunic and added an elastic inside the hem.
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