Added May 6, 2012
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All of us at the BurdaStyle office decided to make each our own version of the Anda Dress, the all time BurdaStyle favorite pattern.
Jillian knew right away that she wanted to add a yoke to the shoulders and make a sash in place of the drawstring. She found this lovely sheer printed cotton to match with the gorgeous washed silk.
Cotton and washed silk.
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Sporty dresses, oversized cardigans, and easy tops in jersey and knits.
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