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BurdaStyle’s Fall Shoot went down last week. We spent one full day working hard to present the upcoming fall pieces to you in the best light. The first result of the shoot just went live, a Bathrobe named Allie!

The upcoming weeks you can look forward to plenty of Christmas Present Ideas, Party Dresses for the Holidays and much much more.

More importantly we need your help urgently in figuring out which user creations deserves next to be part of BurdaStyle’s pattern catalog. The designer of the creation will get a $150 design fee and will be featured big time. Their creation will be sewn up here in Brooklyn by the team and will be part in our professional photoshoot.

For the Resort/Spring Collection of BurdaStyle you chose Maryy’s Hot Hot Heat Dress. What do you want to see next? Send in your suggestions to Answers(at)BurdaStyle.com by November 17th. Make sure to suggest other members creation, not your own! Send in the link including the member’s and creation’s name. The creation with the most suggestions will make the cut!


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    Jun 24, 2009, 11.52 AMby janel100

    Nothing new since November??

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    Nov 13, 2008, 08.15 AMby tessi


    I would absolutely LOVE to see the evening gown from BWOF Dec. 2007 – #109 offered as a Burdastyle pattern. At least two members have fashioned garments from this pattern and they are to-die-for. Unfortunately, I did not have a BWOF subscription at that time, so do not have this particular pattern.

    I would really like to be able to make this dress!



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    Nov 4, 2008, 01.44 PMby benedikta

    Hi Everybody, Please send in your suggestions to answers@BurdaStyle.com Do not post it in the comments. Peaudane, depending on results we will definitely consider posting all stuff send in somewhere. For now I just really want to know where people are leaning towards. Since we are at this point working on introducing a slide show feature, maybe there is a chance (if it is in time) that we are launching it with it. I will keep you posted

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    Nov 4, 2008, 01.33 PMby peaudane

    Is it ok then to post who we’re voting for? I’m voting for carotteSauvage’s Ahab coat!

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    Nov 4, 2008, 12.25 PMby lauragh

    I am in love with cosmoblue’s dress called decently indecent:


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    Nov 4, 2008, 12.12 PMby peaudane

    Thanks for giving us the chance to vote for our favorite creation! The problem is I think that most people will look only at very recent creations. I’d like to vote for an older creation but I’m afraid few people will remember it. Maybe there should be a thread where members could list favorite creations for other members to look at…

    I’m very excited to see the new collection. that robe is amazing!

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    Nov 4, 2008, 09.59 AMby benedikta

    Hi Sabrahardy,

    Thanks so much for your feedback. All links were very interesting and great inspiration.

    For your information, we are actually asking you here to send in one of the other members creation that you like and that you would like to see as one of our patterns. So go browse through all creations and see if you find something you like and send it to us at answers@BurdaStyle.com.

    Thanks so much Benedikta

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    Nov 3, 2008, 07.11 PMby sabrahardy

    hi i’m brand new and a novice my sewing machine i got rid of i’m going to get a new one it’s difficult when you don’t have a buddy but i do have a friend and i hope when i get the sewing machine she will come. i wanted to make the infinity and/or convertable dress. your blog said to suggest new patterns well i would suggest to look at the convertable dresses on several sites they are easy i think if you put the steps and a beginner and novice like me would feel extra confident if you would show us how to make these dresses e.g.,http://www.pouchmom.com it’s a dress for maternity that does not look like a maternity dress it has a two tiered look that turns into other looks. also on the SITE butter by NADIA i suggest BURDA TEACH US NOVICES HOW TO MAKE THE SET OF PERFECT dresses that travel well because they are all convertable the BUTTER BY NADIA site has: the JESSICA, TIFFANY, VERENA TOP, NINA DRESS, THEY CALL the convertible or infinity dress the JERSEY WRAP DRESS. so please to help out us sewers make a perfect travel wardrobe grouping of dresses that are somewhat simple look into checking out these sites.

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