A lot of patterns I have come across that I adore aren’t intended for plus size women but I don’t want that to stop me. How would I take a regular pattern piece and make it so where it is plus size and how/where would I add the extra inches? I really need you guys skills!!!! By the way I am a beginner and really don’t want to get discouraged as I have no clue how to draft a pattern piece myself! ANY HELP????
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