A Burda Blouse For My Mum (#MCBN Sponsored Post)


This month for my monthly MinervaCrafts blogger project I chose to make something for my mum. It seems I am going through a generous streak. Took us quite some time to decide what to make her and what supplies to use. In reality, it was the selecting the supplies that took the longest and I let my mum all alone to search the huge online store that MinervaCrafts has. In the end, we settled on the Burda Style 6633.

Sewing Summary:

Pattern: Burda Style 6633 – view B

Fabric: 1.65 m of black multi John Kaldor Leaf Print Peachskin Dress, black cotton scrap fabric for cuffs and neckline cuffs

Notions: none needed

Sewing time: in total approx 3-4h (including tracing the pattern)

Modifications: made a straight size 36 (UK 10)

For more details on how my project went along, please check you the link below:

https://www.minervacrafts.com/blogger-network/post/burda-blouse-for-my-mum

Disclaimer: I was sent the supplies free of charge in exchange for a review. The opinions in the post are my own and not influenced in any way by MinervaCrafts and/or the manufacturers.

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