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New Burda Are Here!By DianeSev on 8/15/13 3:36 PM

Burda releases its new patterns only twice a year, and so we always wait eagerly to see what's new with Burda!

This collection doesn't disappoint and has lots of great new looks that we're dying to sew!

These patterns created a buzz around the office. Tell us what you think about them!

Burda 6990 T-Shirt

Burda 6990 T-Shirt
Sizes: 8 - 20
Difficulty: Super Easy

Burda gives you 5 great tops in one pattern envelope! Pick from scoop neck, turtleneck, cowl, and more. How versatile! Sew a longer style for a softer look.

Suggested Fabric: 2-way stretch. Jersey, fine knits.

Burda 6977 Coordinates

Burda 6977 Coordinates
Sizes: 8 - 18
Difficulty: Two spools (average)

Ooooh, peplums. We love them! Make this cute number as a dress with a capped sleeve or a top with long sleeves or a skirt with a built-in peplum.

Suggested Fabric: Lightweight wools, crepe fabrics, taffeta

Burda 7008 Dress

Burda 7008 Dress
Sizes: 18-28
Difficulty: Two spools (average)

A very flattering plus-size dress! Make this as a color-blocked piece for an even more slimming silhouette. Other view is a sleeveless jumper.

Suggested Fabric: Lightweight wools, gabardine

Burda 7018 Jacket

Burda 7018 Jacket
Sizes: 6 - 18
Difficulty: Two spools (average)

This pattern is so on trend.  Make it in your favorite denim for a casual look or play around with fabric for an upscale attitude.  With or without breast pockets, cropped or with a longer bodice you wear belted, this jacket is the perfect pattern to use when you're taking Angela Wolf's Sew a Designer Unlined Jacket Class!

Suggested Fabric: Cotton fabrics, denim, lightweight quilted fabric. Contrasting fabric: imitation fur.

How about you? What's your favorite?

See all the new Burda patterns and tell us!

9 Comments      Login to Add a Comment
KarlaB said... (8/27/13 8:47 AM) Reply
What great patterns!
MrsCharisma said... (8/21/13 1:53 PM) Reply
That's a pretty, light peplum!
cherylz said... (8/20/13 12:03 PM) Reply
I would make the colorblock dress but use LACE instead of self fabric for the collar.
Anna Burns said... (8/17/13 6:10 PM) Reply
Love the t shirt pattern 6990. I will be trying that one when I get the chance.
OlindaM said... (8/16/13 8:38 AM) Reply
I am looking forward to testing a coverstitch machine soon, so really fancy the 6990 t shirt pattern as a first project with it. Wondered what was wrong with the panel dress, and rummy world has hit the nail on the head! Shame they chose those colours!
sewmaris said... (8/15/13 10:32 PM) Reply
Really think 6977 with the "'lum" would be so flattering on many shapes. Lovely!!
runmyworld said... (8/15/13 8:12 PM) Reply
I like everything except the gray dress with the white center panel. For some reason the first thing that popped into my mind is penguin. It's not a bad dress, just poor color choices IMO.
ConnieBJ said... (8/15/13 5:07 PM) Reply
That peplum outfit is great. I love the shaping on the pep - or is that the lum?!
Sherril Miller said... (8/15/13 4:33 PM) Reply
Love the plus sized dress, but I'd skip the collar and use much more fun colors!

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