Friday, March 30, 2007

O que vem a seguir? - What's next?

A peça de roupa que tinha planeado costurar a seguir era a minha blusa de organza vermelha, no entanto ainda estou à espera das agulhas tam.60 para a máquina e dos alfinetes superfinos que encomendei em http://www.clotilde.com/. Já tenho agulhas de coser à mão super finas e linha vermelha Alterfil (é uma linha especial com uma capa que previne que os tecidos muito finos esgacem nas costuras). Se as agulhas e os alfinetes não chegarem esta semana vou ter de escolher outro projecto e já estou a pensar nas possibilidades.
My next planed garment would be my red organza blouse, but I'm still waiting for the notions ordered at www.clotilde.com to arrive. I got very thin needles for handsewing and red 120 Alterfil thread (a special thin thread which has a special coating that prevents seams from ripping on very shear fabrics). I'm not starting this project unless I'm completely geared up so if I don't get the pins/needles in time I will start another sewing project on the weekend and I'm reviewing the possibilities now.

A minha revista favorita neste momento é a Burda 02/2007; digamos que gosto de praticamente todos os modelos e penso que essa revista me vai render muitas peças de roupa. As fotos seguintes são cortesia do site Burdamode.com.
My favorite pattern magazine until now is the BWOF 02/2007; I like most of the models featured and I can say for sure that this magazine will provide me with a lot of sewing patterns. All photos are courtesy of Burdamode.com.

As alternativas para o próximo projecto, todas desta revista, são:
Alternatives for my next project are (all from BWOF 02/2007):

A gabardina 106: é a alternativa mais provável neste momento e o meu modelo favorito nesta revista.
Trench coat 106: this one is my favorite so chances are that this may be the next in line:
Depois gosto de uma série de vestidos primaveris:
There are a lot of spring dresses to choose from:

O vestido 123: gosto muito do seu corte simples e penso que poderá ficar bem tanto em estampado como num tecido liso.
Dress 123: I like the simple stylelines and I think this dress could well be made from a solid fabric as well as a print.
O vestido 124: tem um certo ar vintage, gosto do corte e do cair deste vestido.
Dress 124: this has a certain vintage look that appeals to me.
O vestido 122: também gosto deste vestido traçado mas não tenho a certeza quanto às magas (não significa que não gosto das mangas).
Dress 122: I like this wrap dress but I'm not sure about the sleeves… (this doesn't mean that I don't like the sleeves).
O vestido 102: este também tem umas linhas bonitas, um estilo diferente.
Dress 102: it's a nice summer dress, I like its style too.
(estão ver que estou muito na onda dos vestidos…)
(I’m all into dresses, I know…)

Também já está disponível para visualização online a nova Patrones e quase valia a pena esperar que esta revista esteja à venda (imagens cortesia da EDIPRESSE IMSA).
The new Patrones is also available for viewing online and I must say that I feel compelled to wait until this magazine is on sale before I decide what to do next (all images courtesy of EDIPRESSE IMSA).
Os meus modelos favoritos para já são:
So far my favorite models are:




Espero que estejam tão inspiradas como eu!
I hope you are feeling as inspired as I am!


11 comments:

toya said...

you are totally reading my mind with these patterns,, great choice, I hope you get your supplies soon, I know you really want to reproduce that organza blouse
I have to say that I am disappointed in Patrones, they should step up there game like BWOF and make an english version to there magazine so it will be available in the US. I know they had loyal US supporters that search ebay to get a copy of there issue each month paying twice the worth to get it in there hot little hand,, that being said,, awesome post

stacy said...

So many wonderful patterns to choose from! I can't wait to see what you pick next!

Jen said...

I subscribe to Burda too and also love that particular issue. The knit dress is also on my 'to sew' list :)

Tany said...

Toya: I'm sympathetic with your point of view and I believe the editor could make a good profit if these magazines were available in the US. I would also vote for better instructions because with Patrones, even if you know Spanish, you can't rely on the instructions. These patterns are not easy to make. I compare them to Marfy patterns.

Adrienne " A little dramatic at times" said...

WOW, very nice stuff....I can NOT get into Burda, but love all your stuff!! You are such a talented young lady!

Mamã Martinho said...

Tany,

Não admira que estejas indecisa, eu tb estaria.
Adorei o vestido crema, divinal! Concordo contigo em relação ás mangas do vestido preto, acho que da forma como são não o favorecem.
Fico á espera de ver o que vais fazer.

Bjs

Mónica

LMH said...

You picked all my favorite dresses from that issue of Burda (such a great issue too)! Of course, I didn't need to know that the Fiesta issue of Patrones had such good stuff. I wasn't planning to buy that one, but now.... Sigh. :)

cidell said...

You managed to pick all of my favorites from this issue of BWOF. There's going to be a lot of summer sewing the next few weeks.

Summerset said...

Hmmm. . . I like quite a few of those! I'm going to have to at least take a look at Patrones, now, too. I have a few Marfy patterns, so lack of instructions or poor translations don't bother me.

I like Burda 122, 123, and 102 the best as well as the Patrones you picked out.

Anonymous said...

Tany - ALL of them are wonderful! You're more than 10 years younger than I, but if I was your age I'd make much the same choices style-wise. This was a fun post to read because I can live vicariously through you and pretend I'm a young thing again! Phyllis

Evenstar said...

i need to get a copy of this mag, care to exchange or you could get me one i could send you money order for it. let me know. thanks