Added Feb 1, 2013
by Turja Ramona
I made this cute dress for a cousin of mine, she’s 16 and it was a huge success !
The only thing that I’ve changed to the Burda pattern, was the back, but it suited her right.
Because it was a prom, I felt the need to add a ribbon on the waist, with a dark tulle and satin rose, just for contrast.
I have to admit that I kind of have problems with adding the Burda pattern That helped me do this project, in it’s “Based on” field… so if someone it’s kind enough to help me with this issue, because I’m new here and I like to learn more about it <3
The Burda Style pattern that served me as example, was 8/2012 #133, the Swing dress!!!
Satin and tulle
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