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In general, the patterns are much more wearable and fashionable than what I’ve seen in Burda lately. Of course, I have yet to make any of these patterns up, so I’ll have to see how that goes before I can form a definite opinion.
Really cute shirt-dress, although I probably wouldn’t make it in lace. There are also four first communion dress patterns that are rather pretty. The magazine includes a knitting pattern for a baby cardigan and a crochet pattern for the cardigan above, which I rather like.
As with Burda, the pattern pieces are nested on sheets that you must trace off and add seam allowances to.
This is more work than I like to put into a pattern before even getting to the muslin stage, but for 13 cents a pattern I think it’s worth it.
I’d heard of it before, but didn’t really know what to expect, so I was pleasantly surprised with how modern and fashionable a lot of the patterns were. The main drawback is that the patterns only come in three sizes.
So a bit of pattern grading will be in order before I can make anything up.
It is very useful as some models look absolutely different in real life than on the Burda pages.
Another site is English Burda Style.com, again superb online community, however not as loyal to Burda style magazine as the Russian one.
The technical instructions are very comprehensive, there also masterclasses in every issue and tips on different techniques and working with different fabrics.
Burda Style measurements seem to be drafted for larger busts and wider hips.
They’re both really nice pieces, and I would love to have that exact blouse. I’m not sure if I’ll ever have an occasion to wear lace pants, but I do like the look of these ones.
The camisole top is really nice and will also go on my list if I can find the right fabrics.
There is NO seam allowances included in the patterns.