Surprisingly a few more patterns popped in my head, from old Burda issues. Surprisingly because I have the memory of a goldfish!
This is pattern 126 for issue 6/2010
Pattern 127 from issue 5/2008
I remember falling in love with this one...
It has an attached neck scarf.
and pattern 121 from issue 3/2009
Can you spot the differences? They are slight and they are the king that all of us would make, by using different kinds of fabric, lining and embellishments.
I would prefer sewing any of the old dresses, lucky me I have those back issues, because I would use so much less fabric. They yellow one for example takes 2,50 meters, the pink one 2,20 meters for my size (great issue that one, get it if you don't have it already, you may take a look here). But the dress from the current issue requires 7,20 meters!!! Plus you have to have the fabric pleated. I don't know how that works to the rest of the world, but here in Greece, this is a very expensive thing to do (don't get why, but it is). Also if you have wide hips pleating don't always flatter them. Gatherings may be more gentle to your appearance. So I'm sticking with the back issue pattens!
I also consider this pants pattern to be interesting, especially because of it's unique side seams and pockets.
This plus size, cargo style skirt is beautiful.
That's all folks!
See you around