Malissa

Added Jan 14, 2008

By burdastyle

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Description

The Turtleneck Dress is the winning design of last years contest. We liked the versatility of this design and the fact that Malissa Long based it on the concept of developing a generic sweater design with turtleneck further. Our creation is made out of a fine rib knit. On the collar we attached a pattern of sequin in a matching color. For this particular dress size 34 was used.

Material Notes

rib knit

Difficulty

Novice

Categories

For
Women
Garment Type
Dress
Style
Casual
Material
Knits/Jersey

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    Dec 8, 2011, 11.14 PMby Majla Petriček

    Thanks for the beautiful dress :-)))

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    Dec 8, 2011, 11.14 PMby Majla Petriček

    Thanks for the beautiful dress :-)))

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    Feb 17, 2011, 02.57 PMby nonoshuk1

    I made this dress, it looks lovely – only a thing was that I had to reshape the neck… Has anybody found that sideway size was too small? I used quite stretchy jersey and I had to make it about 1.5 times longer….

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    Mar 30, 2010, 09.06 AMby hcbouma

    Malissa is much more versatile than you think. I made a (partly) homeknitted version of Malissa this winter! There is a bug in the system, so I cannot upload my finished project with the tag ‘I used a Burdastyle pattern for this’, but you can find it in my studio as ‘Malissa in Icelandic wool’.

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    Nov 9, 2009, 08.48 AMby stinemor

    I’m going to make a cosy dress with stretch chenille, and knittet collar and armendings, and a applicated hart on the chest. I think that will be the perfect dress form the holidays

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    Dec 12, 2008, 05.25 PMby lifeintechnicolor

    Ooh! I really like this dress! I can’t wait to go home for winter break and make my own version of it! :)

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    Sep 9, 2008, 04.34 PMby mod-couture

    i can’t wait to design a cocktail dress from this! Thanks for the inspiration! au revoir, ~j.b.

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    Apr 23, 2008, 07.22 AMby barbaraagatha

    What brandi and rainbow said is correct, nevertheless it doesn’t answer the question stella asked. My answer is: i think the dress won’t suit you. If you make it too big it will look like a “sac”. Over sized clothes suit small frames better. I think you should go for something more form fitting like the ones with shaping for the waist and under the breasts.

    I am a size 36/38 and every time i went for this sort of model it looked terrible even though i have an ok figure: it made me look fat.

    Nevertheless, this looks pretty comfortable…so I’m pondering too…

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    Jan 25, 2008, 08.37 AMby philo

    Wow! I can see it will be very difficult to keep the brown knit I picked up last week for its intended purpose. Great design!

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    Jan 18, 2008, 02.59 AMby stella

    I second solas : I’m size 42-44 and I can’t tell, by the pictures, if that dress shape will suit me or not. Can’t there be sometimes models that are others size than 34-36?

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    Jan 15, 2008, 06.17 AMby dalcom

    wow!!!

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    Jan 15, 2008, 06.15 AMby jj1

    Love the dress, lots of possibilities there. I like the yoke part most. For model in size 34, I think that is normal too. They usually own A cup, I think, bigger than that have to model for Victoria Secret. I’m also size 34-36 depend.

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    Jan 15, 2008, 04.48 AMby lauriana

    Hmm, now I’m really in doubt. I have some jersey lying around which I wanted to use for a cowl neck dress based on the Lydia pattern, but this one is looking quite tempting as well. I’d make it a bit shorter though, I think that would be more flattering. Anyway, it’s great to see the contest winner as a real pattern!

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    Jan 14, 2008, 08.30 PMby pranamama

    This is adorable! I can imagine all sorts of possibilities. I love the beading you’ve done here.

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    Jan 14, 2008, 11.57 AMby justelaite

    i loooove it toooo!!!!! very beutiful and very stylish! wonderful!

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    Jan 14, 2008, 11.54 AMby pousyyyyy2003

    I love it …I loveeee it …I loveeeeeeeeeeeee it thx burda style

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