Burdastyle has been really good lately about putting out plus versions of new patterns. But what about older patterns? The current selection of plus patterns is very limited, and I’ve seen requests for plus versions of many of the older patterns. I think Burdastyle should go back to the most popular patterns and create plus versions. There is definitely a lack of pants and blouses/tops. I searched “plus” in the search box, out of the 11 actual plus size patterns (not including variations), 6 were dresses and 3 were coats/jackets. Not much to build a wardrobe from.
Is there a demand for plus versions of older patterns? Which ones?
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