There are three steps to determine your pattern size.
First step is to take your measurements, mainly: the height, bust and hip girth. See more about how to take the measurements here.
The second step is to determine in what table to look. You choose the table according to your height measurement.
|If your height measurement is between:||Choose table:|
|156 – 160 cm||158 cm – Petite|
|160.1 – 166 cm||164 cm – Middle|
|164.1 – 172 cm||170 cm – Regular|
|170.1 – 178 cm||176 cm – Tall|
From now on you look in that table only.
Fort blouse or top, shirt and dresses, you search in the table, the appropriate bust measurement.
|If your bust measurement is between:||Choose size:|
|73 – 77 cm||XS1 – only for: 158 cm – Petite|
|77.1 – 81 cm||XS2 – only for: 158 cm – Petite;|
XS – only for: 164 cm – Middle
|81.1 – 85 cm||S1|
|85.1 – 89 cm||S2|
|89.1 – 93 cm||M1|
|93.1 – 97 cm||M2|
|97.1 – 101 cm||L1|
|101.1 – 105 cm||L2|
Every size has a label. It can be: XS1, XS or XS2, S1, S2, M1, M2, L1 or L2. Every label has it’s own color. Remember the height, label and color that corresponds to your measurement.
Pattern files will be named by this rule: height-language-size_labels.
Inside a file will be several sizes for that height. After you assemble the pattern, you will have to cut the pattern which has the line in your size color
Still confused? Contact me and I will help you find your size.