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I finally made up a complete waistcoat, complete with buttons and pockets and rear belt and fasteners. You must have JavaScript enabled in your browser to utilize the functionality of this website.

Burda 3403 Sewing Pattern for Vest and Accessories

It was difficult to match thread and buttons to the fabric but we succeeded pretty well. Cambridge blue coloring, your family tartan all constructed by you. Burda Sewing Pattern No. Time to start the waistcoat! By continuing to use the website, you are consenting to the use of cookies. You can see the front in some of the photos.

I have quite a few craft items which have been s Hits, misses and neutrals in I seem to have been quite busy with sewing this year but with very little to show for it! Alison commented how lovely it was for us all to design the dresses, personalise them and then get them to fit perfectly. Please leave a comment. David was in charge of this part. It was so hot that he slipped off his jacket at the meal without any fanfare! Returns We are happy to exchange or refund your purchase within 14 days providing the goods are in a fully resaleable condition.


For deliveries outside of the European Union additional customs duties and fees are charged. I’d be happy to make another.

We looked burdda suitable fabric for the front of the waistcoat. Anne 16 June at Anthony and Helen asked me to make Anthony a waistcoat for the wedding. I chose a suitable pattern burda and made a number of toiles using version ‘A’ from the pattern envelope until we were happy with the fit. The items in question are accordingly labelled.

Thank you for taking the time to visit my blog. Related Files Burda pattern details I was glad we had sun and warmth after a poor start to the day – and even more glad when the next day was even nicer for our BBQ. For further information, instructions on how to return products and information on Sew Essentials refund policy visit the returns and refunds section of the website.

I seem to have been quite busy with sewing this year but with very little to show for it! Anne 14 June at You may admire my pattern matching of the strap to the main body of the back! I welcome each and every one. I used interfacing as suggested. I must say I continued to have a bit of a concern that they would clash – until I actually saw them together on the day of the wedding.

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Vest / Accessories, Burda 3403

Instructions weren’t brilliant but adequate, particularly as I had Lyn to ask for advice. Added to shopping cart. After I brought the waistcoat back from the display of my work at the college last night Anthony needs the waistcoat for a wedding they are attending immediately they get back from their own honeymoon I checked it and realise there are some pulls in the fabric and some minor staining.

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Please expand your description of both the gown and bridesmaid dresses. For items which, by virtue of their nature, cannot be folded, we have to calculate a bulky goods’ surcharge for shipping outside Germany.

I chose a colour to fit in with the silk on the strap. After all the suspense I’d like to hear more about the process and the happy ending.

As it happens, the weather stole Anthony’s thunder! The main thread is the same as that for the bridesmaid dresses. Anthony asked for this to be tartan, in our family tartan which we’d had specially woven in medium weight wool I’ve spoken of this before. I followed some written advice about how to bag out the waistcoat lining in addition to Lyn’s advice and she explained how important it is to ensure there is no excess lining, trimming any excess off so that it lies properly inside.

You may also be interested in The main fabric behaved well. I agreed but suggested that as waistcoats usually have a silk back we’d try to get silk printed with the tartan.

Can you let me know if you would like that, please? I’ll have to see what I can do with 33403. This fitted well and we were good to go.