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Burda Easy Fashion Blouse

Added Sep 2, 2007

by weidenkatzchen

Cologne, Germany






This is my first blouse made of a pattern from Burda Easy Fashion magazine spring/summer 07. The fabric was a thrift store find so I’m not sure what it is made of. Probably 100% polyester, but I loved it anyway.

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    Oct 2, 2007, 04.54 PMby zenchaos

    super cute. great job :)

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    Sep 7, 2007, 03.23 AMby lilo

    Rachel, the patterns published in the magazines (easy, WoF, plus, …) do not usually have a number (although, if you pay attention you can find ocasionally patterns in the magazine very similar to patterns with numbers). Viceversa, the patterns with a number will usually not be available in the magazines. So since you totally don’t subscribe (old issues can be hard to find) you’ll have to check for a numbered pattern that you like and maybe change it a bit to your taste.

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    Sep 3, 2007, 10.38 PMby rachel-eis

    Okay sorry… I totally don’t subscribe to Burda. I should, but I don’t.

    Is there a number for the pattern, or was it a magazine exclusive??

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    Sep 3, 2007, 02.59 AMby lilo

    lovely! love the pleats and the vintage look of it.

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    Sep 2, 2007, 04.16 PMby pinkhibiscus

    I like the pattern cut and the fabric goes well with it too!! nice job!

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    Sep 2, 2007, 08.08 AMby emilykate

    Veeeeery nice!!! I like the pleats/peaked back yoke, you did a good job!

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