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Date: 1/14/14 1:18 PM

Here

Some of these looks new. Up to 7010 or something, I think. None that strikes me as must-haves. What do you think?
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In reply to Vibekeinyork

Date: 1/14/14 3:13 PM

Well, nothing is making me scream, either.

Does anyone know if the following patterns were ever issued in a recent magazine?

Burda 6910



6916

6917

6920

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Date: 1/14/14 4:23 PM

Larikabane, I haven't seen those patterns in a recent magazine, but I like them a lot!
Is the fit on Burda pattern envelopes the same as magazine patterns?

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Date: 1/14/14 5:06 PM

I don't recognise the other dresses but the plainest version of 6920 looks a lot like model 107 from the March 2009 issue.
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Date: 1/14/14 6:03 PM

Woo hoo, nice find. This means they've started putting up the new spring-summer envelope pattern collection.

A cardigan pattern -- great! Those are hard to find.

6948

There's a classic shorts/Bermuda shorts pattern, too.

6897

There are other things I like in here, too.

Thanks for posting this!


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Date: 1/14/14 6:19 PM

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Is the fit on Burda pattern envelopes the same as magazine patterns?

Yes, exactly the same. And they have better, more detailed instructions than the cryptic instructions in the magazines.

The envelope patterns sold in the UK, the US, Canada, and other English-speaking countries also come with seam allowances.

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Date: 1/14/14 9:04 PM

I loved that one - and have apparently been looking for that fabric for nearly 5 years!

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Date: 1/15/14 8:29 AM

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(...) I like them a lot!

I know, I had to comb through pages and pages but they are definitely on the wishlist now!

I don't use Burda envelop patterns but I do know that, as Vintage Joan said, some have seam allowances and longer/better instructions than the magazines.

I just wish the Petite offerings were more interesting than a peplumed pencil skirt and a shirt dress

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Date: 1/16/14 0:49 AM

I like these a lot; the plus patterns especially look great.

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Date: 1/16/14 10:14 AM

I saw this conversation after creating a thread here with pictures taken from the Burda pattern from Joanns a couple of days ago.
I really like quite a few of the new patterns!


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