I recently purchased this pattern, and only after getting it did I realize that the sizes are a little non-standard (72-88). I assume that their for taller women, as I remember seeing similar sizes in a burda magazine a few years back, but the sizes of the pattern cannot be found in burdastyle.com’s sizing charts. How on earth will I know what size to make without a size chart? Will I just have to guess? Or print the pattern out and measure it myself?
Quite frankly I find it a little odd to post a pattern in sizes that can’t be found. Several people have complained about this in the dress’s project site.
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