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We have gone back into our archives and brought you this previously unpublished children’s collection from the December 2011 issue of burda style magazine. This collection makes play time easier with simple designs made in jersey fabrics. What makes this collection really special is the opportunity to iron on some wild and fun designs!

This girl’s High-Lo Tunic has a fun hemline and is great for play dates. It is bound at the neckline and features cool side gathered panels.

What better to run around in than a wonderful onesie like this Button Jumpsuit! This children’s jumpsuit has a button front, waist drawstring and cute little shoulder tabs.

We love this great wardrobe staple for a little one. This comfy Crop Top has little cap sleeves and a hem band. It is perfect paired with these Elasticated Trousers. They have hip inseam pockets and are elasticated at the waist and hem for ultimate comfort.

This lovely little Wrap Top is so adorable and can even me worn to ballet class! It has a wrap around style and bound edges for that finished look. And what better to wear them with than these stretchy Trousers that have a nice wide waist band, that could easily be cut in a contrast fabric. Other great features include the elasticated hem and the hip inseam pockets.

This Long Top worn with leggings makes a perfect outfit! And not to mention super comfy. This unique top has side gathered details and a banded hem.

What a lovely little Girl’s Dress. It has beautiful flouncy sleeves that add body and a cool front neckline insert.

Make one or all of these styles for you little one to play and have fun in.

Happy Sewing!


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    Jul 27, 2015, 02.32 AMby iburluss

    The simple design is easier, interesting design, interesting comments in idolwatches.org Reviews

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    Jul 24, 2015, 11.54 AMby Shaniya Muhammed

    The details on this dress are amazing, and I think those buttons are the neatest thing ever. The piping, the pleats, the buttons—it’s all so beautiful! international living

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    Nov 20, 2012, 09.35 PMby ronivm

    This is precious. Love all of it. However, someone should probably proof this page. There’s an unfortunate typo in the description for the last dress ;)

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      Nov 28, 2012, 08.51 PMby BurdaStyle Support

      Eeeek! I just told Meg.

      So sorry for the oh-so-unfortunate oversight.


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    Nov 20, 2012, 07.44 PMby jisgrigg

    Love the patterns, but oopsie! you’ve got a typo. I think you meant to use “add” here to describe the effect of the flouncy sleeves: " It has beautiful flouncy sleeves that ass body and a cool front neckline insert."

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    Nov 18, 2012, 12.03 AMby helenp

    What a coincidence – just in time for Movember!!! Raising awareness of men’s health issues – stuff all the men in our lives never talk about!! Daron, my friend & work colleague, is participating – so if anyone wants to support his mo-growing effort http://au.movember.com/mospace/343010 or for general information http://au.movember.com/about/

    Plus love the super cute dress with butterfly sleeves!

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    Nov 16, 2012, 08.46 PMby janul

    Beautiful! Again, I want these in my size :). I´m just not sure about the onesie; going to pee in that thing must be amusing for the little ones :).

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      Nov 19, 2012, 11.59 AMby groovymama

      My thoughts exactly – which is why I stopped making these type of jumpsuits when my children started to go to the bathroom on their own :-)

      If I were to make one, I would install a zipper instead of buttons – but that’s just me :-)

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    Nov 16, 2012, 06.46 PMby khatsu

    Does anyone have info on how to do the iron on designs? I wonder if there was more detail in the magazine.

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      Nov 19, 2012, 11.57 AMby groovymama

      These are ready-made iron-on images. There’s a link to the shop that sells these in the magazine. But, you can make something similar yourself. I’ve done it :-)

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    Nov 16, 2012, 10.25 AMby groovymama

    Imo some of Burdas best children’s patterns ever – I bought the magazine last year mostly because of these patterns – great fit and easy to make.

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    Nov 16, 2012, 08.45 AMby littleladyluxe

    OMG. I’ve just doubled my must-make list. All fabulous.

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    Nov 15, 2012, 11.54 PMby Jamie Grace-Duff

    So adorable!! I want the hi low tunic for me! Can you grade the pattern up for women please!? Great collection!

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