The motif design is so contemporary, love it!
Thanks so much!
Lovely coat! The colour combination and buttons are so chic!
Thank you everyone!!! :)
I made this coat using Burda’s 08/2009 pattern. I used a wool tweed for the fashion fabric, hair canvas and silk organza for shaping (and pad stitiching). The lining is a turquoise rayon hand stitc…
ar thank you!
I’m glad you like it! Have fun sewing yours!
Thanks! My husband did ask if I wore the top wrong way round though… He thought the v should be…
I made this jumper using Burda 9/2012’s knit top pattern 106A. The fabric used is a double faced knit with pink pique on one side and ivory jersey on the other. The ivory side was used as contrast …
Thank you! I think the vilene bias tape stablised the armholes quite a bit so it wasn’t possible …
Thank you. making a dress version is a good idea!
I’d been doing slow sewing recently so it seems a good time to do some quick sewing with Burda 10/2012’s gathered front knit top (pattern 114). I used a lurex cotton jersey with tiny golden and sil…
The dress looks good on you and it fits well! Well done!
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