Added Jun 12, 2008
The Burda WOF pattern (I think it’s from one of the 2005 issues). The pattern was cut in size 38, which is my size, but turned out way too big for me. So, once again, my mom got the blouse (she wears size 40-42). Also, the sleeves were too puffed and wide, I had to narrow them a lot. Very often I face the problem of blouse pattern being too big for me, even though it was cut in my size – this applies to Burda patterns.
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