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Sizing

by ysoldateague June 29, 2007

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I’ve put together a fairly extensive sizing chart, both for consistency across my own pattern line and as a resource for other designers who might find it useful. Marnie’s awesome post on using excel to manage sizing patterns (which was really helpful to me since it’s been a couple of years since I worked in an office and was familiar with excel) alongside a ravelry thread on sizing patterns finally prompted me to get around to doing this. You can find gif, pdf and excel versions here: http://www.ysolda.me.uk/wordpress/index.php/sizing/ Hope it’s helpful.

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