The upcoming June Burda Style Magazine seems to offer us a bunch of average pattens showcased in stunning, but oh-so-different settings. Well as usual. There is probably a couple of garments I found worth considering (the very first photo is one of them), provided the technical drawing will keep me interested. But overall, very simple designs, that only work due to the choice of fabrics.
Here are Sewing and Style's pics, although there is a whole section on the beach, that I didn't bother putting in. I must be getting spoiled with my current pattern drafting exploring adventure, but even before that I find sometimes Burda issues' offerings is a bit of a joke. Nice pictures though, so here are my favs:
...a movie road trip to The Wild West:
offering to book a relaxing weekend somewhere quiet:
some sharp dresses to a busy city lady:
and what to wear on a charity trip to Africa: (strange topic for me, unless Burda has actually done something spectacular for those people in the photo shoot- we will have to get the issue to check this out)
As for me, I am working away, learning pattern editor in my PMB4. I have to confess, it is a good software, but to start producing real serious quality patterns I will need to look into getting something professional. When I can afford it that is.
So far, my first creation is a Gwyneth Skirt Pattern, size 34/38/42, available on Burdastyle.com for free.
Also there is still time to join our Giveaway! Do not miss out, that Butterick 6582 retro dress pattern is fab!
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