Burda 05/2013 #102 panneau print dress or…

Oh la. This pattern is perfectly sized for a dress in a panel print in satin, rayon, or silk – but I’ve done it in a featherweight cotton jersey from Girl Charlee. Like a wisp …

I’ve been looking for months for a simple gown – something feminine. Love this.
——————————————–Edited May 28 2013——————————
I’ve just realized how new this pattern is! I don’t get the Burda Magazine, so I downloaded this pattern from Burda’s online site. After the pages are taped together, the pattern is the same – no seam allowances – but tracing off one size is easy, since all the lines are black 🙂
Here is my second version, done in a mid-weight cotton jersey (yes, just like the bubble pockets shorts!). More a summer shift than a nightie…
Both of these dresses were sewn with remnants from the stash – the pattern only requires a 40″ long x 60″ wide piece of fabric for the front and back panels. And a little something for the straps and bindings. 
And Burda is so nice – the pattern is marked for 05/2013 #101, the short version of this dress. Cute top for jeans and shorts…
I feel better – my first post was so short, lazy me… Ciao! Coco

14 thoughts on “Burda 05/2013 #102 panneau print dress or…

  1. Thanks, Judi. It is very comfy. This version will stay at home 🙂 but I just finished a second one in a midweight jersey that is perfect for out and about.


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