Thanks, everyone, for all your comments! This is a super comfy capsule – I love wearing every pi…
I would be honoured! Thanks for sharing.
So pretty! Your fabric choice is gorgeous.
This mini-wardrobe is mostly taken from Burda’s January 2013 “At Home Wear” collection. It consists of the following pieces:
1. yoga pants – Burda 1/2013 #112
2. maxi skirt – Burda 1/2013 #…
Lovely! This is one of my favourite dress patterns from Burda.
This is a beautiful dress.
This is beautiful. I love your use of the fabric in all its glorious colours. Great dress!
This is lovely. I love your choice of fabric.
In honour of Jungle January and the ongoing construction jungle in my house, I put together this lovely little outfit from 11/2013 #130 in an animal print silk charmeuse burnout and the most lovely…
So pretty! The colour is wonderful, and that neckline is perfect.
I love this! The colour is wonderful and the crisp fabric brings out the details in the sleeves….
A lovely vintage dress from Vogue 2396 with an unusual piece of lace made into a separate shirt. The lace was an impulse buy that I made into a self-drafted kimono style short sleeve top. The dre…
Lovely version of this top. The fabric is great!
A lovely little halter style sundress for my eldest daughter. I left off the bottom ruffle and added elastic shirring to the back to make the fit a little snug yet moveable (and to ensure I don’t …
Another two pairs of these utility trousers for my eldest daughter. The first pair is in a khaki textured linen, and the second is in an ivory embroidered linen, similar but heavier than broderie …
I wanted a blouse that would show off my silk, and had long full sleeves. This blouse pattern has raglan sleeves, a neck tie cut on the bias (I cut mine on the straight grain), hidden button closur…
Thanks, all, for your lovely words of encouragement! This jacket is getting more wear than any o…
Yes, I did! It worked very well as a blouse pattern. I was pleasantly surprised!
I really needed a casual jacket that wasn’t a sports jacket. I used thrifted wool plaid and felted it a bit. I lined this jacket and added belt loops. So warm! I used one long strip of bias fab…
I’ve long wanted to try this blouse from the September 2010 issue. It was a great issue with several trenchcoats and this blouse, made from the trench pattern. I used a snakeskin print silk chiff…
This is based on the “airy tunic” from Burda’s May 2012 issue. I made mine from Milly cotton voile and embroidered the front yoke with pearls and seashells to make a fun swimsuit coverup. You can …
Casual cowl-necked sweater with side and sleeve elastic ruching with an asymmetrical hemline. Love this – it’s warm and light and airy! Great easy pattern. You can see more pictures here:…
That is such a cool dress! Love the skirt!
This is gorgeous!
What a beautiful rendition of this pattern. Love the fabric!
I like to see others’ construction details, so think it’s only fair to share mine!
I get great pleasure out of the fussy details!
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Dress up outerwear with deep shawl collars and sew up a lovely fitted dress with a flounced hemline.
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