Little Girls Wrap Dress: Burda Enfants, French Edition Summer 2010 08/15/2011 If you're new here, you may want to subscribe to my Bloglovin' feed. Thanks for visiting! I bought this magazine last summer when I went to Paris. It took me a year to make anything from it. I decided to make Lily the little wrap dress featured on the cover above. I used an old lightweight denim I picked up for pennies at a yard sale. There were about ten yards of it but it was slightly faded in spots because it was so old or had been left out in the sun. I love the seventies feel of this look! I used some pretty bias trim I also bought on that trip to Paris made from Liberty Of London fabric. How cool is that? I wish it was sold here. This dress was super easy since I used my new serger to put it together. Some of the fading can be seen on the back. Oh well… Here is the maze that comprises Burda Magazine patterns. I have a new method for tracing these patterns: I Use Kwik Sew Pattern Tracing Cloth to trace it. It can also be basted up to check for fit. This is also a great product for tracing vintage patterns! Related posts: Burda 7828 Faux Wrap Dress For Me Pattern review Burda 7828 Wrap dress Giveaway: 2 yds sweater knit, 2 yds French terrry and the Ojai Wrap pattern! Little girls dress made from a 1942 pattern and a men’s shirt.