Burda Wrap Dress 07/2016 #101

Hello everyone,

I am super excited to share this wrap dress made from Burda 07 2016 edition. I really like this dress and it came together easily. Here is the line drawing.

Burda 07/2016 #101 Wrap Dress

The instructions were actually quite okay on this (shock horror! Burda instructions actually making sense :-).

The straps are interesting because they are twisted together. I do like Burda for their approach to design. They always try to do unique design features.

Unfortunately I did not have enough fabric to pattern match properly. The lower flounce had to be cut on a different grain. I picked this jersey up  from Fabworks Mill Shop. You know I love the blues and purples with the Mediterranean tile effect. But mostly it had me at blue 🙂

I didn’t make a muslin but it came out alright. I do need to lengthen the bodice by about 1cm though to get the belt to sit spot on my waist.

All the edges and hems were finished with twin needle. I used bias tape for first time with this make. I needed to avert gaping and stretching out of armhole and neckline. I was mildly successful. I need to see how it behaves after a wash.

The style of this dress is very flattering and  I will be making it again. I love the swishyness and the fit over the bust. The overlap of the wrap dress is such that I dont have to worry about wardrobe malfunctions in high wind. Thats always been my fear with wrap dresses


blog-pictures-annad-dresses-etc-431blog-pictures-annad-dresses-etc-432blog-pictures-annad-dresses-etc-436blog-pictures-annad-dresses-etc-446burda-wrap-dress-1burda-wrap-dresswrap-dress-1wrap-dressUnfortunately the pictures are a overexposed due to the intense bright sunshine when we did the shoot but the colour on the Youtube clip is the most accurate. Here you can see it in motion on my Youtube Channel (mis labelled as 06/2016 but it is from the 07/2016 issue :-).

Thanks for stopping by this little place on the interwebs.

Until next time. Happy Sewing!




14 thoughts on “Burda Wrap Dress 07/2016 #101

  1. I love the design on that fabric and the dress looks great on you although, for me, it would be a bit skimpy in the bust department. Still reeling from an easy to follow Burda pattern – can it really be true?


  2. Oh, that fabric is so YOU! And so’s the pattern design, and I love the length you’ve chosen – perfect 2/3 ratio! All-in-all, super flattering!
    (fingers crossed it washes well😘)


  3. Super dress, I was only looking at the burdastyle website last night seeing lots of yummy patterns but I’ve not used them before now seeing this I’m in! Loving the twisty straps, the wrap front and it fits greats, this is going on my summer make list!


  4. So pretty! I, too, love burda patterns but also find the instructions to be a nightmare. And I downright refuse to trace those horrid patterns in the magazines. I’d much rather print the pdf versions. The instructions are not for the faint of heart.

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