BurdaStyle Spring 2014

If you love sewing your own clothes, you'll fall in love with all that BurdaStyle Spring 2014 has to offer.

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BurdaStyle Spring 2014

"If you’re a sewer, chances are you have a strong love affair with fabric. The colors, the prints, the feel, the drape. We’re dedicating this entire issue to fabric, the foundation of sewing and fashion. In your hands, you’ll  find the latest products with a fabric focus, a guide to choosing, buying, and caring for fabric, a sewing machine cheat-sheet for working with various fabrics, plus runway inspirations and 43 original BurdaStyle designs!" -Denise Wild, BurdaStyle Editorial Director


Highlights of this product include:

  • 20 full size fashion sewing pattern inserts
  • Trends to sew right now
  • 9 to 5 figure flattering wardrobe basics
  • Style guide - a simple zip-up to wear 3 ways
  • Fabric 101 - Tips for purchasing and caring for fabric
If you love sewing your own clothes, you'll fall in love with all that BurdaStyle Spring 2014 has to offer. From DIY projects, to clothing patterns, articles, how-to's and more, you will find everything you need all in one place.

Projects include:
  • Head Bands - DIY stylized bands
  • Denim Detail - Add a touch of lace to your jeans
  • Pretty Punk - Mini Skirt
  • Soft Kiss - Dress
  • Pretty in Pleats - Blouse
  • Red Hot - Dress
  • and much more!
Order or instantly download your issue of BurdaStyle Spring 2014 today!
BurdaStyle Spring 2014

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Customer Reviews

Love it!!! Review by paula

I can't believe all the people complaining about having to download some of the patterns. I have really enjoyed all 3 issues I have received so far. It is not hard to trace the patterns and they include a nice selection too. In the Spring issue I found 3 patterns to make for me and my daughter found a few she wanted too, so me it was definitely worth while.

(Posted on 6/9/14)

Unfair reviews due to misunderstanding Review by Lisa

Half of the patterns were available for download, but they are downloadable for free. In some ways the downloads are easier to use if you can print them at home because you don't have to find the right lines on a pattern sheet full of different coloured lines. I do not have the spring issue, but have the winter one and it clearly gives the web address and the free download code. Considering the number of patterns being offered (even though some are reworkings of the same basic form), $14.99 is a steal. Really. On months were I like the offerings, I tend to buy the monthly European version, which are $14.99 each. I still consider that to be a pretty good deal for what is offered, but this has twice the number of patterns. Can't beat that. Vogue doesn't give you any patterns at all. Basically, they take a sample of collections from the monthly European version and republish it for North America in a quarterly version. My main complaint is that it is impossible to figure out what patterns they have included unless you buy the magazine in a store and can look at it first. I think these reviews are unfair and uniformed.

(Posted on 5/16/14)

Disappointing Review by Heidi

Of the 43 patterns promoted in the Spring 2014 magazine, 19 are included in the pattern inserts. One has directions for drafting your pattern at home, and the other 24 patterns are "available for download" (aka For Sale). As we all understand now, the downloads are not free to the magazine subscriber. (which, hey, they ought to be, right?). I got this issue on a trial basis, and I can say that the pattern availability is not the only disappointment for me. The "sewing" articles were very disappointing too. The Fabric 101 and Machine Master "articles" are very short lists of the most basic information, I was hoping for something geared toward a broader audience. My issue arrived on a trial basis, and sadly, I won't be purchasing the subscription.

(Posted on 4/15/14)

Question for "Seriously" Review by Tara

So, are there any patterns in the magazine? the intro says that the magazine includes 20 full sized patterns - is this untrue? I'd really like to order this if it came with the 20 free patterns. thanks.

(Posted on 3/21/14)

so which is it? Review by rubysbeachhouse

One reviewer says all the patterns are in there (multi-colored cutting lines including multiple sizes, I assume). Another reviewer says you have to pay & download some of them.

Burda- which is true- it makes a HUGE difference to me & $15 is a lot of money for me to be disappointed when I get it...I love Burda, but this should be in the informational text. How many patterns included? How many do you have to pay & download?

(Posted on 3/21/14)

Great Magazine Review by Rita

I received my BurdaStyle yesterday and have almost finished it today. I was so surprised to find the PATTERNS ALL THERE!! Over the years I have subscribed to other pattern magazines just to see the latest fashions and to know what is for sale. Then I have to trek down to the 'terial store, as my little boys used to call it and buy the pattern. But, here were all the patterns!! How wonderful is that? SO WONDERFUL!! Each outfit shown has details on the jewelry, sunglasses, shoes etc. plus the sizes, zippers used, a drawing of the blouse/pants/dress etc. in case you cannot get a good view on the model and then in the back of the magazine--there is the pattern and sewing information. What a deal!!

(Posted on 3/12/14)

Rip off Review by Seriously?

At first I was really excited to get this magazine, then I realized that over half of the patterns featured ARE NOT INCLUDED. You have to get them, and I mean PAY FOR and download them, from the burda style website. WTF!! I don't mind having to download a pattern separately, but to feature a pattern in a pattern magazine and not include it is insane. If you want to advertise other styles, have a two page spread or something, don't make it OVER HALF of the content of the magazine. The way it stands now, you're basically just paying to see pretty adverts of available patterns. You can get this for free in your e-mail by subscribing to burdastyle newsletters. I would not recommend buying this or subscribing to the magazine.

(Posted on 3/9/14)

Confused... Review by Joanne

Is this a reprint of the UK edition from last spring? I have this one already so I'm a little confused. It's a lovely collection of patterns though.

(Posted on 2/21/14)