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.
Thank you for this information, I’ll use it to repair my pants. Thank you
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