Wednesday, 27 February 2013

My delayed review of burda 02/2013

I haven't bought Burda 01-2013 because I decided that a lot of patterns were rather repetitive so I could easily skip that issue. The most interesting pattern from January is this blouse(or a dress based on the same pattern). I decided to buy it in PDF if I would understand that can live without it%)
Favorite pattern from 01-2013

The February issue I found more interesting so it went into my collection. The favorite pattern is raglan shirt. I have already traced it though I have 3 projects in my queue. I mean nearest projects - almost on the sewing table, not somewhere in my head, there I have endless line%) I want to make long sleave, dress and short-sleeve too! Of course I am a fan of raglan, you know!%)
Raglan shirt

I think I like all knit patterns from this issue%) Look, how nice they are%)Now I want to find red polka dot top!

Also I like the most patterns in Classic section. I should make Marlene trousers for my wardrobe only I don't know if it is possible to wear them without high heels.

There are some nice dresses in the magazine, I like the gathered one, but this pattern is for petite woman, so may be I will try to make the same skirt for summer.

Also I like a jacket and shorts from City section.
Some basic shorts, will be good in linen.
Nice blouson.

The raglan jumper is the first in my sewing list from this issue. I plan to make it to wear with my new blue dress.

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  1. Do not delay any more! I can't wait!

    1. You are big fan of magazines, I know!%)

    2. Oh, Burda diet (below)! Why don't you try?

  2. I didn´t buy this one either. I´m on a Burda diet!

    1. Hmm, you are strong person! It is so cheap here that I cannot resist the temptation%)

  3. This does look like a good issue! All the knit patterns look really nice. I may have to renew my subscription one of these days...


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