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Velour Top 09/2012 #106A



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Top sewing pattern available for download. Available in various sizes.

This is a fleecy top with a small stand-up collar as well as a hem band. It also feature a nice V neckline in the back that adds a dramatic touch.

Note: This is the same pattern PDF as the 3/4 Sleeve Top and the V-Back Top

This pattern is from the Street Chic collection

Recommended Materials

Jersey with body, wools or blends.

Amount of Fabrics

Houndstooth wool velours,
width: 150 cm (59 ins)
length: 1.35 – 1.40 – 1.40 – 1.45 – 1.45 m
(1 5/8 – 1 5/8 – 1 5/8 – 1 3/4 – 1 3/4 yds).


Interfacing, 90 cm (36 ins) wide & 0.10 m (1/8 yd) long.

Vilene Bias Tape/ stay tape.

Seam Allowance

This pattern doesn't include seam allowance

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    Sep 1, 2013, 01.27 AMby CarolynD

    BUYER BEWARE- Just a note to fellow Burda sewers-be very careful when you buy a pattern from Burda because sometimes they will sell the same pattern twice with different numbers, and do not always indicate this on the pattern description. They will show a picture of the same pattern in a different fabric, and you might not realize that it is the same pattern. I bought the V Back Top 09/2012, #106B and the Sheath Dress 09/2012 #109V-and to my dismay , when I printed the patterns out I found they are the same pattern, but this is not mentioned in the pattern description on the web site. I wrote and asked for a refund on one of my purchases ( I had just purchased 8 patterns) but Burda did not bother responding after an entire week. A week! That is too long to get an answer on something like this-and I am not confident that anyone will contact me. It is quite confusing and bad practice on Burda’s part that they do this. And there is no way to contact anyone. So I am left with a bad feeling about Burda-Why don’t they don’t really care about their customers? Why do they sometimes use sloppy and possibly deceptive product descriptions?

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