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PatternReview Blog > Explore the New Burda Collection! And Tell Us What You Think!
Explore the New Burda Collection! And Tell Us What You Think!By DianeSev on 8/23/12 1:08 PM

Burda's got the greatest fall looks that will inspire you to SEW!  This collection has variety and trendiness built in for every level of sewer and for every style from young to classic.

See if you don't agree when you check out this new Burda catalog!

Here are a few patterns we chose from the catalog.  But you'll want to explore it on your own!


Burda 7167 Misses Outerwear 


Burda 7167 Misses' Outerwear

Wear this creation with your maxi dress, and stay warm the season through!  Or make it in a lighter fabric for the perfect cover-up.

Description: Draped Poncho and Coat in long or short versions with optional scarf

Sizes: 16-34.  All sizes in one envelope

Difficulty: Rated 1 spool out of 4


Burda 7132 Misses Top and Jacket, Skirt and Dress


Burda 7132 Misses' Top and Jacket, Skirt and Dress

Salute the 50’s and 60’s in this vintage-inspired combination with a modern twist!  And peplums are in!

Description:  Top and Jacket with peplum option, tulip-shaped skirt and dress. Fitted.

Sizes:  10-22.  All sizes in one envelope

Difficulty: Rated 3 spools out of 4


Burda 7144 Misses Top, Skirt and Dress


Burda 7144 Misses' Top, Skirt and Dress

Get out your handkerchiefs!  Not a square piece of fabric to cry into, but clothes to laugh in, that is.  Embrace the handkerchief style with this top, dress or skirt in this Burda Young pattern. 

Description:  Cape-like top with loose turtleneck, skirt with foldover waist, and dress with long sleeves and set-in waist. All for knits and with shaped hem.

Sizes: 10 – 22.  All sizes in one envelope

Difficulty:  Rated 1 spool out of 4


Explore the new Burda Catalog, and shop for your must-have Burda patterns!

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What do you think of this collection?  Post a comment and let us know!


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Catherine Goetz said...
Love Burda 7132. Very current, smart.
1/25/13 8:27 AM
Kath said...
droopy droopy. i work hard to keep a good hour glass figure but i don't want to hide it.
9/11/12 3:09 PM
Ashford said...
Coat #7177 from the catalog is added to my Wish List. I will wait to see photos on real people to view the actual silhouette before ordering.
9/8/12 11:53 PM
ArtAttack said...
7132 is cute but I won't be buying any of them...I can't wear this oversized, shapeless style that is out now.
9/7/12 11:08 PM
SavageCoco said...
9/7/12 5:36 PM
amccoy6783 said...
Not feeling it ... enough said
9/6/12 8:30 AM
Lalaland said...
If I lost weight, worked out more,and and grew 3", maybe.
9/5/12 10:09 AM
Lalaland said...
If I lost weight, worked out more,and and grew 3", maybe.
9/5/12 10:08 AM
Sallys Sewing Journal said...
they all look very dated. I don;t think that I would sew any of them. I liked their patterns from 3-5 years ago better
9/5/12 10:06 AM
dbsewer said...
I have to agree with Living Beauty. Lots of boring styles with a definite been there, done that feel to them. Could 7132 be less flattering on anyone but a model?
9/4/12 11:12 AM
fabricfaerie said...
I expected better of Burda. I agree with prior reviewers: it's as if the design team challenge was to see what they could make with a rectangle without losing the spirit of the rectangle.
9/3/12 5:42 PM
Veronimuse said...
I like 7167 A! Also 7132 A. Apparently I'm following an A-crowd today! ;-)
8/31/12 10:34 AM
JennyQNY said...
mmmm no... None of them are doing it for me either.
8/28/12 9:18 PM
n45 said...
There are many non-rectangular pieces in the full collection. Not sure why these three pieces were chosen to represent the collection?! There's a lot more variety in shape and style.
8/27/12 6:58 PM
tvjulie said...
I like the dress in 7132. Think it would work on an older hourglass like me or a young Audrey H. Type. It would be a fun LBD party dress.
8/27/12 8:37 AM
Timmithea said...
I like 7132. All the patterns in this ensemble are attractive.
8/27/12 0:25 AM
Kuby said...
Nothing I would wear
8/26/12 5:41 PM
Baja Susana said...
Not for me! Too much shapeless fabric,Not flattering for me.
8/26/12 3:46 AM
ProfessorBats said...
Yikes. I guess this is why I do alternative fashions. Good to see I'm not missing anything in the Big 4...
8/25/12 9:57 PM
Vintage Joan said...
Wow, I love this collection! A lot of people on the thread here that introduced this collection really love these, too. (7-page thread started by GBK, here). I'm surprised at all the negative comments in this response thread. :( Maybe some of you didn't look beyond the three patterns posted on this page?
8/25/12 7:53 PM
bigalsgal said...
this looks like the beginning chapters of Adele Margolis "make your owndress patterns". VERY BASIC
8/25/12 9:14 AM
GBK said...
I like quite a lot of this collection (not necessarily the ones showcased here) but too many raglan sleeves which are desastrous for my shoulders. I have hope that burda is moving back to more shapely garments! :)
8/24/12 4:18 PM
Myspirit4 said...
Not seeing anything I believe would be an asset to my closet..or my figure!
8/24/12 3:34 PM
BethArrowood said...
I'm in my 20's and I don't find any of these looks attractive. Wouldn't make or wear them at all...
8/24/12 2:04 PM
sj3663 said...
7132 B I like, but it's the only item from this collection that I could wear.
8/24/12 10:09 AM
sj3663 said...
7132 B I like, but it's the only item from this collection that I could wear.
8/24/12 10:09 AM
daintydeb said...
The patterns are not attractive. I find myself drawn often to the vintage 1970s patterns of my youth.
8/23/12 10:47 PM
Stargirl7 said...
I love all of them!
8/23/12 10:17 PM
SusieK1957 said...
Makes me glad I am not a slave to modern fashion. I'll stick to the classics.
8/23/12 6:11 PM
arianamaniacs said...
Such boring shapes these times. If you have more than one Burda mag, you have all these already. I'd like to see them move into patterns a little more difficult than rectangles.
8/23/12 4:33 PM
Living Beauty said...
I think this particular pattern collection isnot good at all.
8/23/12 4:30 PM

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