Burda Style Shorts and Style Arc T


Wow! Time sure does fly when you’ve been super busy. Anyway, I made these two items a couple of weeks ago and I’m FINALLY getting around to writing the blog post.


The shorts are from Burda Style magazine 06/2014 #118. These are casual cargo shorts that I made using a light-weight khaki cotton twill that’s got a little bit of stretch in it.

There is a belt that’s supposed to go with the pattern, but I opted not to make that. I just didn’t like the look of it with the shorts. The pattern calls for snaps for the pockets, but I didn’t have any that would go with the fabric, so I used a button and button hole. The pockets are pleated which makes them extra roomy. This is great if you want to really use them.


The top is the Alannah T-shirt from Style Arc. This is the second time I’ve used this pattern and I really like it. It’s easy, quick to make and fits really well. This particular one in made from cotton interlock. 

The length on these T-shirts is nice so you can reach for things without exposing anything! I think this pattern is an easy pattern for beginners especially someone who may be new to using knit fabrics. 

That’s all for now. I have a few more summer makes to share and then I guess I should start planning (or at least thinking about) my Fall wardrobe. 

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