T-neck made from Burda pattern # 7742. The collar is neither restrictive nor loose enough to be a cowl.
Sue, you look sensational in this color and style!
Gorgeous dress! You look stunning in this.
My second version of a knit top made from a three-pieced pattern (back, front, neck cowl) mid-late 1970’s Butterick pattern featuring fashion model-turned actress Shelley Hack on the envelope.
This looks so fun and helpful to have! :-)
Using a bias binding; for facings, understitch, and d…
Thank you for your comment on my blue and white top!
Thank you loulourosa!
Thank you, Mary! I appreciate you taking the time to read and comment. Happy sewing!
Second version of turtleneck from pattern #104, September 2012 issue of Burda Style. First version was transformed into a “dress”. This simple-to-sew consists of only four pattern pieces: front, …
Terrific looking cardi!
There are several Burda Style dresses I like, but my current favorite is the Aphrodite dress from…
She’s adorably stylish! Such a sweet top.
Just in case, I found this link if you are interested
Very flattering and stylish! Now, this is my “new” favorite outfit on you. :-)
Thank you, saf! I just sent you a message via your Burda Style inbox.
A-line sheath from a 1967 McCall’s pattern. I wore this to a concert/theater production of Beatles’ music performed by a wonderful cover band.
I omitted the facings in favor of using bias to b…
Stunningly and impressively gorgeous!
Very nice looking pair of shorts!
Very stylish skirt on you! I was curious about this pattern. Thank you for sharing.
Thank you, Sue!
Elegant and stylish dress!
Sleek looking ensemble! The bolero pulls it altogether.
What a very stylish and adorable sweater for your beautiful model! Impressive!
My nickname for this dress: “Mare-all Streep” due to the horse print. Knit dress made from Burda Style turtleneck top pattern #104 B. I added a band (rectangle with a center back seam, folded in…
Fabulous looking dress! Superb fabric choice.
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