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Fifties Dress 09/2006 #193



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The fifties are back! This classic, elegant, and feminine look was an original dress by burda from the year 1954. The cut is exclusively available here as a digital download (you can’t find this style in the current magazines). The slim cocktail dress emphasizes the waist, and a refined look is created by the elaborately draped bodice. In the fifties, the dream dress was made of silk or crepe fabrics. Today, woven fabrics with crosswise stretch such as chintz, satin, cotton sateen create a perfect fit, and highest comfort level for such a classy style!

Congratulations to our Member Model Challenge Winner Janaki for making and photographing this dress project!

Recommended Materials

Crosswise stretch fabrics with some weight. Such as denim, chintz, satin, gabardine, cotton sateen. Only use elastic fabrics.

Amount of Fabrics

Cotton sateen with withwise stretch, 135 cm wide: 2.20 m long for all sizes.

Small piece of cotton lining (no stretch), approx. 20 × 20 cm.

Fusible interfacing.

1 invisible zipper, 40 cm long and special presser foot.

Seam Allowance

This pattern doesn't include seam allowance

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    Oct 10, 2017, 05.27 PMby coco06

    Cool and beautiful dress pattern had a lot of fun making it

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    Sep 25, 2017, 04.18 PMby Sellypooh21

    why is the fifties dress called Fifties dress 09/2006?

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      Sep 26, 2017, 09.04 AMby SabineMichaela

      Because it was originally published in the burda Magazine 9/2006

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