Take Your Body Measurements
Your personal body measurements are the key to making a good pattern size choice.
If you haven't already done so, download The Perfect Fit Guide and print the pattern measurement worksheet that you'll find inside. Follow along with the video and record your body measurements.
Compare Your Measurements to the Size Chart
With your body measurements in hand, compare them to the body measurement chart below. Your high bust, full bust, waist girth, hip girth and cup size are the most important measurements for choosing your size.
How to Determine Your Cup Size
How to Choose Your Pattern Size
About In-House Patterns Sizing
As of August 2020, all newly developed In-House Patterns sewing patterns have been developed for two distinctly different sizing categories.
The first category encompasses sizes 2 to 14 which have been developed for an hourglass figure with a height of 5’8” (173 cm) and a B bust cup size. This sizing category is based on my size 8 industry standard body form "Maureen".
The second category consists of sizes 12 to 24 which have been developed for an hourglass figure with the height of 5’6” (168 cm) and a C bust cup size. This sizing category is based on my size 18 industry standard body form "Molly".
Watch the video to learn more about Maureen and Molly.
Patterns developed prior to August 2020 are currently only available in sizes 2 to 16. You can review the size chart HERE. Your patience is appreciated as these patterns are reviewed and updated.
The following patterns are CURRENTLY available in our new size range:
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