I’ve looked over the Burda size charts and I’m royally confused.
Most patterns have the normal women’s sizes 30-60 that are on the BurdaStyle-provided size chart.
However, there are some BurdaStyle patterns in very odd size ranges like 91-110 or 17-21 or 76-92. These are women’s patterns, mind you, not children’s or men’s.
I assume that the different numbers have something to do with petite sizing or whatever, but I do not see these size ranges explained anywhere, and it’s pretty frustrating to try to decipher them with no guidance.
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