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Date: 3/7/14 7:40 AM

I could have sworn I posted this once already. Perhaps it was eaten by pattern worms.

Preview photos of Burda Easy S/S 2014 -- the whole issue is up now: Russian blog with photos

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Date: 3/7/14 9:02 AM

Thanks for the link, WM. I think I'm going to get this issue because I subscribed last year (for one pattern, I am insane, LOL!)

I do like the black dress...minus the lace at the sleeves and hem...and not in black.

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Date: 3/7/14 9:18 AM

I have it on order but I am a bit dubious. I like the blue version of that dress you like, the version with sleeves, but without the ruffles and whatnot. Not sure there's much else I want though.
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Date: 3/7/14 4:25 PM

It's really pretty! Very "young" but that's ok. Some of us have teenage daughtersToo bad it looks like the raglan blouse has no bust darts.

One thing I really like about Burda Easy is that they show how to assemble different parts to make a variety of garments. A top + a skirt equals a dress, and you can add sleeves if you like. I think this is great for those who don't have much experience manipulating patterns.
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Date: 3/10/14 10:47 AM

Hey! I love these patterns, but does anyone know how to get hold of this in the UK? A quick google hasn't come up with anything unfortunately!
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Date: 3/10/14 11:03 AM

I get mine on subscription through Newsstand.co.uk. You're actually ordering "Burda Style Special", which includes Plus, Easy and Classics (or, it did last year). The Spring/Summer Plus was issue 1 this year, Spring/Summer Easy will be issue 2, due out in a couple of weeks. Link here: Newsstand.co.uk. You can search for the same on other newsagent sites, I just use this one because they are flexible about posting to Ireland or the UK (I commute between the two countries).

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Date: 3/12/14 10:17 AM

Ah great, thanks! I was searching for specifically Easy and assuming everything else was irrelevant, so that's useful to know! :)
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