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Diana (a Burda publication) Pattern magazine (Tip/Technique)
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Posted on: 3/26/04 4:33 AM
I often find that the Burda magazine patterns are a bit complicated or fancy for my everyday workwear. The Diana magazine (a Burda publication) is much more suited to the "business casual" dressing. It also comes with the patterns insert. BUT, I can't find (in Greece) a version of Diana in English. Has anyone - perhaps in the UK - ever seen a Diana publication in English?
Thanks for any help!
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LiZ said...
I have 3 copies of Diana. They are in English and the price is in Pounds. I have had them for a long time and the copyright date is 1992. I purchased them in Australia.No 1 has 50 patterns for Blouses Trousers and Skirts, No 2 has 47 patterns for Blouses, jackets, skirts and trousers and No 3 has 47 Patterns for Blouses, trousers and jackets. I made a few items from these and I remember there being more issues but would not know if they stopped publishing in English or if newsagent stopped getting them in [I Have only seen 2 copies of Burda in the last 12 months] In the back it says magazine is published by OZ-DRUCK-+ Veriags-GmbH, Romerstr.90, D-7888 Rheinfelden. Publishing Directors:H + E Medweth Distributed in Great Britain by MMC, Magazine Marketing Company, Octagon House, White Hart Meadows, Ripley, Woking, Surrey GU23 6HR
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