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No need to go outside… spend the morning in dolled up in this collection of vintage style pajamas and loungewear. These designs are from the December 2014 issue of Burda Style magazine. Shop individually or download the entire collection.


Wide leg Palazzo Pants with slits and a comfy elastic waistband are ideal for Sunday lounging. You can wear these pants at the waist or hip with the adjustable drawstring.


Make this adorable Bralette and Knickers Set for breakfast in bed or a slumber party. The ruffles and bows are lovely details for that classic boudoir look.


An adorably feminine Empire Waist Nightie with a ruffled hem, spaghetti straps, and an empire waist bodice. Make it a cozy night in with a fluffy robe and your favorite slippers.


A beautifully detailed Camisole with piping, ruffles, and spaghetti straps. Make it a set with the French knicker style Sleep Shorts and take your pajamas to the next level of cute.


Vintage pajamas make a comeback! Sew up this button up Pajama Top with piping, pockets, and embroidery. Make a set with the Pajama Bottoms.


Trade in a skimpy camisole for this cool Vintage Style Nightshirt. It’s vintage charm comes from piping and a subtle embroidered monogram on the breast pocket.


You’ll have sweet dreams in these 50s style blue striped Pajama Pants with contrast piping and elegant pearl buttons. Make a perfect vintage set with the Pajama Top.

Sewing your own lingerie and loungewear is a special luxury for seamstresses. Finish them with silk piping and your own embroidered touches for a one-of-a-kind set or gift. You can also download the entire collection for only $24.99. That’s eight adorable patterns for 50% off!

Happy sewing!


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    Feb 5, 2016, 10.25 PMby Kara Lakies

    Well, I had my eye on this collection for quite a while and despite the price and only a pdf format I bought it. I am so dissapointed. The sizes are HUGE, the intrusions are very minimal. There are no pictures to go with the instuctions, either. This is not for an “intermediate” sewist. I have drafted my pattern on was paper and transfered to a muslin 3 times now and it is still too big—I’m talk g HUGE and I am ready to give uo. What a huge waste of time and money. I have asked for a full refund or some kind of assistance, but we’ll see what transpires. Save yourself the headache, fellow sewists…skip this one. Burda, you sadden me

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    Nov 25, 2014, 10.10 PMby lelie

    What a lovely collection!

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    Nov 25, 2014, 06.11 PMby Jodi Wade

    Love this collection so much! I just ran down to the shop and bought the magazine so I have them all. So happy!

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    Nov 25, 2014, 01.16 AMby hanolalaith

    Yep, gonna have to get the whole collection!

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    Nov 25, 2014, 12.17 AMby alekat

    you’ve outdone yourself here! i want all of them!

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    Nov 24, 2014, 11.47 PMby nrobson

    cute range

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