Added Jul 18, 2011
This is the first time when I fully, after a pattern am sewing what is seen in Burda magazine. Usually I tend to modify something, or even sew after my own patterns, or even more frequently: something invented, where I just take scissors, am cutting and sewing: as a miracle, something usable is made!
In fact, I would be more industrious at sewing after Burda patterns, but I do not want to spend time for reduciction of patterns: this always is time consuming. And this also is the most common reason why I am leaving Burda magazines on the shelves, too few of the small size models. But the Burda magazine of July will be an exception, I will hurry up to buy it
Why should I tell that long: I made shorts, I really liked the model and did not want to change anything! Patterns are taken from Burda magazine “Easy” Russian edition 01/2011. Used black cotton satin fabric – one of the most popular materials in my sewing practice.
in my website
satin cotton, plastic zipper
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