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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    Oct 12, 2009, 12.39 AMby sondriecohe

    I would like to see some plus size patterns too. The burda patterns that I like don’t come in plus size, bummer!

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    Oct 13, 2009, 10.10 PMby alden

    Hey everyone, We will do the best we can with this, but it is a long process. I will discuss it with the team!

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    Nov 5, 2009, 08.26 PMby bubbley74

    can we Please have the plus sign back i can only find a few plus sizes or am i just looking in the wrong place?can you help.thanks.
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    Nov 7, 2009, 05.13 PMby pedsnurse

    What is the best sewing machine, serger and or embrodery sewing machine for someone just starting out.

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      Sep 21, 2011, 09.53 AMby gwynedd

      Janome is widely sold, and their Magnolia line has all the bells and whistles at a great starter price. Not the cheapest machine but one you won’t need to swap out because it does so much. As to serger, I like the Brother because it is a tested design and it’s widely available at a great price.

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    Nov 8, 2009, 07.45 AMby bubbley74

    Hi if you are just starting out i wold suggest sticking to a basic machine until you get a bit more confident,

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    Feb 20, 2010, 04.39 AMby andrewsjabr

    I completely agree with wanting more plus size patterns. I’d also like to see more dresses with sleeves. It gets cold in some places…

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    Sep 21, 2011, 09.54 AMby gwynedd

    The average American woman is a size 14, so by definition Plus sized. It is annoying that I need to sew because I am so tall and I have wide shoulders but lo, patterns are even smaller than commercial clothing. Irritating. I look around and most women look bigger than me! But try to find patterns that are fashionable.

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    Feb 4, 2012, 08.44 AMby earringnut

    i just got the book because i want to learn how to sew. none of the patterns that the book come in my size. um, now what?

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