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Burda explains the missing #131 pattern
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Date: 2/13/13 3:22 AM

Hi. If anyone here can read German or Russian language, could you please tell me what Burda officially says about the missing pattern #131 of the Feb. 2013 issue?

Thank you.

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Date: 2/13/13 3:42 AM

Apparently it was forgotten in the magazine (although I don't understand whether they cancelled the pattern and forgot to remove the picture, or forgot the pattern itself and left the picture).
They then list 3 patterns with similar designs for those who are eager to sew it nonethelss.

My German get worst erevy day, so if I misunderstood, please correct me :)

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Date: 2/13/13 4:20 AM

Burda decided to drop the pattern, but forgot to take out the photo. They offer some alternatives which are similar for those who wanted to sew the blouse.

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Date: 2/13/13 7:52 AM

I wonder if they will put it in a later edition, or if they used it in the Spring 2013 edition.

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Date: 2/13/13 10:18 PM

Thank you RoseFromThule!

Sorry, but could you tell me what "kruze Kräuselärmel" means and "schluppenkragen"?
Google Translate is of no help :/

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Date: 2/13/13 10:21 PM

Thank you Rivergum!

I hope they will add the pattern in the magazine in the future.

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Date: 2/13/13 10:50 PM

Here are Schluppenkragen--blouses with ties at the neck.

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Date: 2/13/13 11:14 PM

Thank you Elona!
Does Schluppenbluse mean the same thing?

Maybe I should just learn German

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Date: 2/14/13 3:13 AM




Die kurzärmelige, rote Bluse in der Übersicht auf dem Nähjournal ist komplett entfallen - nur leider ist dann der Fehler passiert und man hat das Foto dort nicht auch entfernt.
The short-sleeved red blouse in the overview of the sewing magazine was not meant to be included. Unfortunately we made a mistake and the photo wasn't removed from the overview.
Wer jetzt sagt "Och, schade, die wollte ich aber unbedingt nähen!", der muss ein wenig kreativ werden und Geschick beweisen, für den haben wir drei Modelle rausgesucht, die ähnliche Merkmale aufweisen:
Anyone who says: 'Oh, but I really want to sew that blouse in particular!' must put their creativity to the test. We pulled together 3 models that have similar characteristics:
104-062011 (Gr. 38 - 46)
Passe mit Kräuseln (aber ¾ Ärmel)

134-052012 (Gr. 44 - 52)
Kurze Kräuselärmel (aber Schluppenkragen und keine Passe)

107-012011 (Gr. 36 - 44)
Passe mit Kräusel (aber tailliert und mit Hemdblusenkragen)
104-062011 (Sz. 38 - 46)
Gathered yoke (but ¾ Sleeves)

134-052012 (Sz. 44 - 52)
Short gathered sleeves (but with collar ties and no yoke)

107-012011 (Sz. 36 - 44)
Gathered yoke (but tailored-fit and und button-down shirt collar)


Hope that helps.
To your previous question:
kragen == collar
bluse == blouse



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Date: 2/14/13 5:07 AM

Thanks Ariana. German is my native language but I'm not good at translating. You did a sterling job.

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