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Date: 11/26/12 1:51 PM

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Date: 11/26/12 2:12 PM

Thank you for finding those for us! Typical January fare then: lounging clothes and costumes. Not sure that anyone, ever, wants to be a 5-person Hungry Caterpillar!

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Date: 11/26/12 3:06 PM

Thanks, ChristineX!

That's the dress I have fallen in love with once I saw it in the December's magazine preview:


and the original burda pattern from the 50ies/60ies:



Other than that, I haven't seen anything yet that I'd be particularly interested in but that could be subject to change once the technical drawings are out.
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Date: 11/26/12 3:39 PM

I loved that dress too, but I wondered if it was the petite pattern.

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Date: 11/26/12 6:00 PM

ROFL. Not exactly at the top of my list.

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Date: 11/26/12 8:46 PM

I went kind of far up the numbers but I really hope this top is part of the Jan. Edition. I think it is plus size! The last three numbers are 680.
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Date: 11/26/12 9:27 PM

that does look plus sized...And it would suit my casual lifestyle!
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Date: 11/26/12 9:38 PM

I PROTEST! Its still November, this is like those Christmas decorations that show up before Halloween!
I just started tracing my favorite pattern from October, I refuse to look!

OK, maybe I'll peek just once...

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Date: 11/26/12 10:40 PM

The awkward moment when you realize that the plus size model wearing a 44 is way slimmer that you in your size 38 ...

Frankly, I am more and more inspired by the "plus" sizes styles than the regular ones. Except for the fact I have small breasts, the overall look is more like me. And that is true not only for Burda but also for what I see in magazines, catalogs, etc. as well.

I wonder if grading down a pattern from 44 to 38 would be too difficult.

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Date: 11/27/12 6:12 AM

Oh, I'll certainly buy it, if only for the very first dress - I've bought a cute "sailing boats" print in London that I want to make a Horrockses-shaped dress with. This may fit the bill (I only have 1.5m of fabric, so can only make a simplified version)

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