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Wiesn Dirndl #6038



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It’s Oktoberfest season! In honor of our company and founders’ roots, we are offering this beautiful dirndl pattern. Based on the historical dress of Alpine peasants, the dirndl is the traditional dress of southern Germany and Austria. In Munich, wearing a dirndl is still a normal way to dress. We can’t wait to see how you all interpret this pattern!

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Amount of Fabrics

A. 1 5/8 yards (1m 35cm)
B I. 1 1/4 yards (1m 10cm)
B II. 3 3/8 yards (3m)
B III. 1 4/8 yards (1m 35cm)

Seam Allowance

This pattern includes seam allowance

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    Sep 7, 2017, 03.28 AMby Arbamph

    I just ordered the Burda wiesen dirndl #6038 pattern and I don’t see how you get into either the dress or the blouse. Do you slip the blouse over your head? Is there some sort of split in the skirt of the dress that lets you slip it on since there doesn’t seem to be a zipper?

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    Mar 30, 2016, 10.09 AMby shaunlee

    really nice

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    Mar 8, 2013, 06.40 PMby Ashkeyana

    I’m looking at the yardage chart, and I’m not certain what is needed in the way of trims, bindings, elastics, etc. I can see that I need 0.8 – 1.2 m of a 1cm material, 0.8 – 1.2 m of a 4 cm and 0.8 m of a 3 cm one (all for the blouse), but I’m not entirely certain what each diagram is supposed to represent. Is there a key somewhere on the site?

    Also, is the “paspelband” for part B piping?

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      Oct 25, 2013, 10.03 PMby Sarah Schulz

      I think the 4cm one is lace for the sleeves, the 3 cm one is probably elastic for the underbust casing, and then the 1 cm one is maybe the bias tape for the neckline? I didn’t use ones with exactly those measurements, but I used lace, 1/2" elastic, and bias tape.

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