In the summer time

207526_5425623579_6939_nThis dress is made with a pattern from Burda 2/2001 that I’ve used several times. It’s a classic, simple yet elegant model. Of course the look depends a lot of the fabric. The little boy at my side is by now a young man and the shirt he’s wearing is the one I made for him for the summer. It has a pattern of a beach with footprints in the sand. Foto-0153 Foto-0198

3 responses to this post.

  1. […] which? I came across these at a thrift store the other day so very likely one of them. Or the classic from Burda […]


  2. […] the same fabric I once made a shirt out of, but didn’t realize I had some […]


  3. […] use dress 108 from Burda 2/2001, the first Burda I ever bought, and this dress is a favorite I’ve made several times. The Burda magazine brings back memories of my my mom buying it when I […]


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