Julia Baker meets June Cleaver ..., Home Economics is still en Vogue
It is a fantastic issue! I am just as excited about May! LOL
Wow those are some nice looking outfits!Can't wait to see which one you are going to make.
I've toying with the idea of subscribing to Burda for months now. Trying to justify the cost. think I've got it figured out. If I let a subscription to another magazine that I've actually lost interest in, that would pay for part of it. I'm going to get it soon.
I love this issue too! There are great outfits.
Cennetta .- greetings from Barcelona (Spain). I congratulate you on this wonderful work that appears on your blog and I thank him for put in their contact list. I hope to visit him often. I remain at your disposal. A hug and see you soon. PacoI ask apologize for my bad English. I have to use an on-line translator to communicate with you. I hope you can understand me. Thanks
Welcome Paco, Thank you. Everyday I'm thinking about ways to improve my skills. I am a fan of yours as well. But I don't think I've ever commenting on garments posted on your site. I just find myself saying, "Oh, ah as a read and view.Thanks again and happy sewing,C
I love the one with the high-waisted pants!!!!
Faye,I started my subscription in hopes of curtailing some of my pattern buying. It didn't work. lol But I think it worth subscribing given the number of patterns you receive in each issue.C
Gold - There is so much I want to try in this issue and the last. Lately, I getting inspiration from tons sources. Oh, where do I start. Boy do I wish I was independently wealthy. lol Today I plan to cut out two dresses and a jacket. I'm hoping. lol
Impressive line-up.. and the dress is 2df. Thank you for the lovely compliment on my dress.