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Reviewed by:KatC83

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Posted on:9/2/10 4:33 AM
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KatC83 said... (9/3/10 10:54 PM) Reply
Lizz, I agree completely! I never knew you could find the numbers on the margin and follow across to the pattern. I wonder if it is written somewhere in themmagazine that you can do that... if not, I hope everyone else sees this good advice too!
Lizz said... (9/3/10 9:14 PM) Reply
On your blog Anonymous gave the best advice I've read in a long time!! I never knew how to read the pattern sheets in the Burda magazines and I've been a long-time subscriber! This quick method makes finding the needed pattern pieces so much easier, especially now that Burda is conserving paper!
KatC83 said... (9/3/10 6:26 AM) Reply
The colour is the only nice thing about the fabric - it's so scratchy and plastic. But I'm thinking about redoing this in a silk, which I think will drape better too.
Sewingelle said... (9/2/10 6:52 PM) Reply
looks good. love the colour!
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