The WSBN Burda Sew-along is in full swing! There are pins popping up with inspirations and creations over on the Pinterest board, and blog posts appearing around the place too. It’s so exciting seeing what everyone is planning and making for this challenge!
I’ve just finished my first creation for the challenge – there’ll be a post up about that later this week once photos are sorted out. But in the meantime, here’s the first of the challenge round-ups…. (click on the images to go to the original blog posts)
Flossie FT’s boat top – check out that fabric, so adorable with it’s little anchors everywhere!
Every Stitch I Make has made a pretty, flowey, drapey knit fabric top in a lovely shade of red.
Woodland Rabbit created this pretty summer dress, made from a vintage bed sheet, using Burda Style 04/2013, pattern #121.
kbenco has been busy, making three variations of the Burda Style 03/2013 #151 boys tshirt. (Check out the cyclist on the raglan sleeve – love it!)
Woodland Rabbit’s on a roll! She’s also made a lovely shirt using pattern #128 from Burda Style 09/2011.
Sewing For Me made a lovely purple tunic using pattern #137 from Burda edition 03/2011.
Gotten all inspired by the creations and want to make up a Burda pattern yourself? These may help…
Every Stitch I Make put together a helpful post on how she traces and stores her Burda patterns.
The Curious Kiwi wrote a great post on how to translate the “instructions” that come with Burda magazine.