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E988_DL_Mod_11_EN

E988_DL_Mod_11_EN

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 burda “easy fashion” E 988 Download patterns A Tunic, B Dress
Burda sizes 34, 36, 38, 40, 42,44
Length rom waist: A, 48 cm (19“);B, 108 cm (42½“)
Fabric and notions
11 A, Tunic on page 39
Silk, 140 cm (55“) wide: sizes 34, 36: 2.05 m(2¼ yds); sizes 38, 40: 2.10 m (2
3
8
yds); sizes42, 44: 2.15 m (2
3
8
yds).0.50 m ( 
5
8
yd) Vilene/Pellon G 785, 90 cm(36“) wide.Elastic, 7 mm (¼“) wide, approx. 0.65 m (26“).7 small, abric-covered buttons. 3 small sew-onsnap asteners. Sewing thread. Approx. 40 large and 40 smaller sew-on “gems”.
11 B, Dress on page 18
Fabric I, crepe georgette (patchwork print), 135 cm(53“) wide: 2.90 m (3¼ yds) or all sizes;Fabric II, crepe georgette (zebra print),135 cm (53“) wide: 0.45 m (½ yd);Fabric III, crepe georgette (foral print),140 cm (55“) wide: 0.40 m (½ yd).0.50 m ( 
5
8
yd) Vilene/Pellon G 785, 90 cm(36“) wide.7 small, abric-covered buttons. 3 small sew-onsnap asteners. Sewing thread.Recommended abric: Lightweight dress abrics.
Printing paper pattern(for DIN A / 8¼ x 11½ inch paper)
The pattern pieces are printed on 32 sheets,each ramed by a thin line. Wait until all sheetshave been printed. Lay the sheets in the cor-rect positions (see extra sheet with overviewo printed sheets). Cut each sheet along the thin lines at the top and right edges. Beginwith the lower let sheet and glue all sheets together, exactly on the thin lines. Now cutout the pattern pieces.Important: Seam and hem allowances are notincluded on the pattern pieces.
Cut out the pattern pieces
All pattern inormation can be ound in thepattern overview, above. Cut out the patternpieces along the lines or your size, noting the
A: Pieces 1 to 8,B: Pieces 1 to 7 and 9,Size 34
 
 22222 
Size 36
 
33333 
Size 38
 
 44444
Size 40
 
55
Size 42
 
66666
Size 44
77777 
diering lines and markings or views A and B.The markings or the loops on pattern piece5 apply or sizes 34 to 40. For sizes 42 to 44,make new markings as ollows: Mark upper loop at seam mark (corner ormed by rontand neck edges). The marking or lowest loopapplies or all sizes. Mark remaining loops,evenly spaced, between upper and lower loops.Important: No pattern pieces are given or  the loops, underlap, and acing strip or thecasing (sleeve, view A). These pieces can bedrawn directly on the abric, ollowing themeasurements given under “Cutting”.
Cutting
The cutting layouts below show how thepattern pieces should be laid on the abric.Make sure that the straight grain line markedon each pattern piece lies parallel to the sel-vages or the old o the abric.
Tunic, view A:
Silk:1 Front 2x2 Front waistband 4x3 Back, on old 1x4 Back waistband, on old 2x5 Front neck band 4x6 Back neck band, on old 2x7 Skirt, on old 2x8 Sleeve 2xa) Let slit underlap (skirt) 17 cm (6
3
4
“) long,6 cm (2
1
2
“) wide (including allowances),b) Bias strip or 7 button loops, a total o 21 cm(8
1
4
“) long, 2 cm ( 
3
4
“) wide (incl. allowances),c) 2 acing strips or casings on sleeves,size 34: 56 cm (22
1
4
“); sizes 36, 38: 57 cm(22
1
2
“); size 40: 58 cm (23“); size 42: 59 cm(23
1
4
“); size 44: 60 cm (23
3
4
“) long, all 3 cm(1
1
4
“) wide, (including allowances). 
Dress, view B:
Fabric 1, patchwork print:7 Skirt, on old 2x9 Sleeve 2xa) Let slit underlap (skirt), see view A,b) Bias strip or 7 button loops, see view A,Fabric II, zebra print:2 Front waistband 4x4 Back waistband, on old 2x5 Front neck band 4x6 Back neck band, on old 2xFabric III, foral print:1 Front 2x3 Back, on old 1x
Seam and hem allowances 
Use a ruler and tailor‘s chalk to mark theollowing seam and hem allowances on theabric, along the edges o the paper patternpieces: 1.5 cm (
5
/
8
“) or seam and hem allow-ances. Cut out abric pieces along these lines.
Interfacing
Pieces which are shaded gray in the cuttinglayout must also be cut rom interacing, along the same straight grain as the abric pieces.Iron interacing pieces to the wrong side o  the outer neck band and waistband pieces.
AB
Copyright 2009 by Verlag Aenne Burda
Cutting layouts
B, DressFabric I, 135 cm wide A, TunicSilk, 140 cm wideB, Dress,Fabric II,135 cm wideB, Dress,Fabric III,140 cm wideSizes 34 to 44
P. 1 / 3
Fold abric as shownin cutting layout, right side acing in.
 
Sewing 
 When basting and stitching the seams, theright abric sides should be acing. Tie-o be-ginning and end o seams with backstitching.
right side wrong sideinterfacing
burda Download E 988. Instructions or tunic and dress
 A, Tunic
1. Gathering ront pieces:To gather the lower edge o each ront piece,frst machine baste (longest stitch setting)on both sides o marked seam line, rom * to *.Hold bobbin threads o machine basting inone hand and slide ront piece together along these threads until edge matches upper edgeo ront waistband piece. Knot gathering threads (1). Distribute gathering evenly.sleeves. Fold allowance at sleeve seam edgeup, to wrong side o sleeve, at last stitch, andpin in place (4).Pin three button loops to let side edge o in- teraced let ront waistband piece, betweenmarked seam marks, with ends o loops lyingon seam allowance (8). Stitch let waistbandedge exactly along marked seam line, there-by catching the loop ends. Pin upper edges o interaced waistband pieces to lower edgeso bodice ront and back pieces. The sideedges o bodice ront and back meet over right side seam o waistband. The allowanceso waistband pieces extend past let sideedges o ront and back. Baste waistbandpieces in place (9). Pin each waistband piecewith no interacing to corresponding inter-aced waistband piece, right sides acing – bodice ront and back pieces lie betweenwaistband pieces. Stitch along upper edges o waistband pieces, catching bodice ront andback pieces in the seams. Trim seam allow-ances. Turn allowances on let ront (10) andback edges to wrong side and press. Pinold edges at each let side edge o waistband exactly together and edge-stitch together. Baste ront and lower waistband edges together (11).
Transfer pattern markings to fabric pieces
Lay or old interaced pieces together again,right sides acing. Pin paper pattern pieces to these abric pieces again.Transer all pattern outlines (seam and hemlines) and pattern lines and markings (exceptgrain lines) to wrong side o abric, using a tracing wheel and Burda dressmaker‘s carbonpaper, ollowing manuacturer‘s instructions.Hand-baste along loop markings and alongold line on sleeve (view A) to make theselines and markings visible on right side o abric.
P. 2 / 3Copyright 2009 by Verlag Aenne BurdaP. 2 / 3
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2. Shoulder seams:Lay ront pieces on back piece, right sidesacing. Pin shoulder seams. Stitch seams (2).Trim allowances to 1 cm (
3
/
8
“) wide, fnishedges together, and press allowances towardback.3. Attaching sleeves:Pin each sleeve to armhole edge, right sidesacing. The seam marks (6) on sleeve andront piece must match. The seam mark onsleeve cap must meet shoulder seam. Stitchsleeve in place, beginning and ending exactly at marked sleeve seam (3). Press allowanceso sleeve attachment seams away rom4. Button loops:Fold bias strip in hal lengthwise,right side acing in. Stitch 5 mm (ascant ¼“) rom old edge. Do notcut threads too short. Thread threads through eye o darning needle andknot securely (5). Push needle, eyeend frst, through the abric tube to turn it right side out (6). Cut into 7equal pieces and lay aside (to beused later or button loops).5. Waistband:Lay interaced right ront waistband piece onright side edge o interaced back waistbandpiece, right sides acing. Stitch right side seam(7). Stitch right side seam on waistbandpieces with no interacing, as mirror image o interaced waistband unit. Press seams open.

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