Thursday, November 11, 2010

Knip Mode December

Little time for sewing this week, and when I wanted to do a little on Tuesday evening around 11 pm, the electricity supply failed in our part of town, just when I was doing some edgestitching. It was solved somewhere during the night, but no real sewing done any more, it’s been a very busy week.

I had seen Knip Mode december on Monday, wanted to buy it immediately, but even that didn’t work as planned, I only bought it today. This is a great issue again . It has patterns for the holiday season, these are more “down to earth” type than the Patrones issue I gave away. More reflecting the Dutch style in general (after all, it’s a Dutch magazine).

There are patterns for men too, as well as sleepwear, both of which I never sew, nice for those who do.

 

This is my favorite, if I had 2.5 meter of plain knit fabric I would make it right away. I only have a printed knit which is not so suitable. It’s high on my to sew list anyhow.

I lightened the picture a bit, and still you can’t see it very well. The line-drawing shows the lines better. The other dresses are nice as well.

The jacket in the next picture remembered me of the Burda jacket I made, it has a lot of similar features. The skirt is one of my other favorites from this issue, not sure about the style for me.

 

The sleepwear / lingerie section. Looks very nice, though I still don’t think I’ll make it.

 

 

For copyright reasons I don’t want to publish too many pictures, here’s a link to a preview Knip Mode publishes.

15 comments:

  1. I'm really liking no 12 but is it a woven or a knit?

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  2. yes yes I totally agree, this issue is FANTASTIC! And I've got my sights on that dress this weekend - it's even better that it's got the illustrated instructions this month! :)

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  3. oh and arielle, #12 is for stretch wovens. That's my second favourite in this issue!!

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  4. Thanks for the inspiration!
    This December issue, I must have it.

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  5. Sigrid, that is a beautiful dress.

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  6. What a gorgeous dress! I'm looking forward to your version.

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  7. That dress is a great design. I also like the one to the right of it in the line drawings photo. Look forward to seeing your version!

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  8. All of them look nice. I think the dress you have chosen will look great on you.

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  9. The same dress is very high on my sewing list, I just loved it. The entire issue was pretty fantastic. Can't wait to see what you'll do with it.

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  10. Loved this issue as well, lots of classic and also more trendy patterns. That dress is fabulous, and it's definitely the next thing I'll sew.

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  11. Nice, and certainly more appealing and wearable than some of the stuff I've seen in Burda recently.

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  12. I've got to pick this one up! I love that knit dress.

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  13. Go! Underwear and sleeping clothes of last photo are amazing! I love the pink camisole. And that dress is adorable! Very elegant!

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  14. I just received my issue today (in Australia). That black dress was one that stood out from the online preview, I might make it as a sleeveless version for our summer.

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