Wenlan Blouse, Design Twinkle by Wenlan

Added Sep 28, 2009

By burdastyle

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Description

If you were waiting for the blouse to go with last week’s Twinkle by Wenlan skirt pattern, here it is!! The blouse pattern is another design by Twinkle, however it is not available in the book Twinkle Sews. It is a special for our members offered here on BurdaStyle by Twinkle by Wenlan

This blouse not only works perfectly with the skirt, it also looks great over pants or leggings.

This pattern is following the size chart of Twinkle by Wenlan, which you can find here on step 5 of the instructions..

Find out more about Twinkle by Wenlan

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Material Notes

Chiffon, Charmeuse, Silk, Georgette; Buttons,

Difficulty

Novice

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Categories

For
Women
Garment Type
Blouse
Style
Business, Casual, Classic, Evening Wear
Material
Chiffon, Silk

Credits

Pattern Design

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    Jan 12, 2012, 06.36 PMby atrinka

    It is beautiful but overpriced. I pay more for other indie patterns but at least you get the paper pattern and a book with instructions (for example Colette patterns). This is too much to print out at home.

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    Dec 17, 2010, 04.40 PMby carolinat

    cute, but way too expensive.

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    Aug 16, 2010, 05.22 PMby dashaluna

    Does any know what burda number this is in? Thanks :)

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    Jun 7, 2010, 03.00 PMby rikkib

    The pattern is nice, but the instructions are USELESS. I can figure out how to do things when they’re not explained well, but entire steps are missed. Do not purchase if you’re a novice. Burda, if you’re listening, could you offer an updated set of instructions?

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    Jan 14, 2010, 12.32 AMby upir-graves

    I think this is such a winner. I love a bit of sheer. I am definitely going to make myself one.

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    Dec 20, 2009, 02.11 AMby mrsorgangrinder

    I’m wondering what this might look like as a dress. Maybe just extending the bottom of the pattern into an a-line skirt. Any experienced sewers/designers ideas?

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    Nov 10, 2009, 07.52 PMby cathysews

    I agree the pattern is overpriced… for me the idea is to see something you like and do it yourself for less…. or am I being a cheapskate?

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    Oct 19, 2009, 12.24 PMby lovepink09

    Wow, I really want one of these now!!!

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    Oct 18, 2009, 09.05 PMby starrbegley

    I too love this blouse. It will fit perfectly with the rest of the wardrobe I’m slooooowly constructing. I have it in my cart and will hopefully buy it soon. I would spend $8… maybe even a little more… for it in a heart-beat if it were already printed. It’s just hard when you have to factor in the paper, the ink, the taping, the time. So, I don’t think that the pattern itself is overpriced, really. It’s more that because of the way we have to go about it all, it’ll add up to more than what’s pleasant. I have an inkling that Twinkle will become a big name and by big I mean Michael Kors big. We may all look back and feel silly that we hemmed and hawed over 8 bucks. I feel you all on the labor intensive taping and printing costs for sure, but on the same note, I WILL be buying this ASAP. Sad day when I don’t have 8 bucks in the paypal account!! ; ) Happy sunday sewing, all!

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    Oct 11, 2009, 04.48 AMby ana5-1

    ohhhhh myyyyy 8 dolars! woooowaaahhhhh =O omg okayy pretty blouse bt not worth the buy! honestly i can figure out how to make it myself instead!

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    Sep 30, 2009, 08.03 PMby stormesweet

    $8 is a lot for one blouse pattern, especially when it’s such basic construction. I would buy it if there were a few variations included & the pattern was already printed. Or if the one blouse pattern was complicated & amazing like the Vogue designer patterns of Donna Karan, Ann Klein, Claude Montana, etc.

    $8 isn’t a lot, but it isn’t in line either.

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    Sep 30, 2009, 02.33 PMby alekat

    ooh! I can’t wait to do a plaid version of this. Charge or no charge I like the idea of being presented with a fashionable pattern every week instead of the laborious and droll task of searching through the pattern books.

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    Sep 30, 2009, 02.22 AMby emjaen

    Way too expensive for what it is. No thanks. I miss the old Burda!

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    Sep 30, 2009, 01.44 AMby elainemay

    whoa, has anyone looked at the pattern page? how exactly does a flutter sleeve tank top require 3 yards of fashion fabric and 1.5 yards of lining??

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      Mar 6, 2011, 09.59 PMby bluewillow

      Has anyone answered you on this? I just printed the instructions and pattern, and I can not find the fabric requirements.

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    Sep 29, 2009, 10.43 PMby reneebies

    I might pay $8 if I didn’t have to print out all the pages, tape them together and cut out all the pieces.

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    Sep 29, 2009, 09.17 PMby oddoneout

    I know $8 is a bit compared to what BS normally charges, but I do think that this blouse is gorgeous! Its really different compared to some of the other patterns on here.

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    Sep 29, 2009, 12.09 PMby ivorynoire

    Sorry to say, but to me it just looks ugly and unflattering. I wouldn’t pay 7.99 for the blouse, let alone for just the pattern. And why aren’t there any pictures of the back? Well, at least it isn’t another variation of Fatina.

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    Sep 29, 2009, 11.10 AMby polychromatin

    8 $ ?

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      Sep 29, 2009, 11.33 AMby Laura Bolčina

      It is expensive. It would be better, if BS charged 4$ for this pattern and 4$ for the skirt last week. 8$ is way too much.

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    Sep 28, 2009, 08.53 PMby tatuswelle

    Sorry to post this here…but when is the script issue going to be fixed!?! Its been going on forever!

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    Sep 28, 2009, 08.03 PMby ncn6

    Oh, yay! Love it. One question which I can’t quite seem to make out from the photo or drawing — does the blouse as pictured have a shell under it? Or is it just one blouse with a sheer/opaque fabric combo?

    Thanks!

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      Sep 29, 2009, 04.30 PMby benedikta

      Hey,

      The blouse has a lining in the all the way up in the back. In the front, the lining is up to the yoke, leaving the yoke to just panel of chiffon and giving the blouse his light and airy feel.

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      Sep 30, 2009, 01.55 PMby ncn6

      Ah, okay… thanks! Unfortunately I’m probably too poor for this pattern at the moment, but I think it’s great that Burdastyle is supporting independent pattern designers, even if it means that the patterns cost a bit more.

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    Sep 28, 2009, 07.26 PMby lunatepetal

    indeed! very pretty :)!

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    Sep 28, 2009, 07.24 PMby Jodi Wade

    that is a gorgeous blouse

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