Added Mar 26, 2013
This is one of my favourite burda patterns: model 105 from Burda issue 10/2007. I made some alterations: I made cup sleeves consisted of three pieces (shown clearly at the third picture). I also made knife pleats instead of boxy ones. The topstiching all around was a bit of pain because it is all made by hand. The dress is not new, I made it more than two years ago and every new year I love it more and more. The fabric is light enough to be worn until the early summer without blouse, but also proper in the winter with turlenecks.
I hope you"ll like it as much as I do!!:))
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