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Get Ready For Spring / Summer Sewing!

MAYBE Spring is right around the corner!  We’ve had such a long cold and wet winter here in the “sunny” south that I for one, am looking forward to some warmer weather.

Now is the time to get your business geared up for spring and summer sewing, and if I might add a note here — geared up to sew for plus size children would be a really good idea.  We’re already getting emails asking about our ready made patterns for plus size children — what actual childrens  measurements will they fit, etc.

We have many ready made patterns at our PlusSizeChildren site and these patterns are all made according to actual plus size childrens’ measurements.  Listed below is the chart that gives the body measurements for each of the size ranges:

Sizes and Yardage Requirements

Size

4

5

6

Chest

28

29

30

Waist

25

26

27

Hip

30

31

32

 
 
Size

8

10

12

Chest

34

36

38

Waist

30

32

34

Hip

36

38

40

 
 
Size

14

16

Chest

40

44

Waist

36

38

Hip

44

46

Check out the difference between the “plus size” childrens measurements when compared to a regular child’s pattern.  The difference is that our plus size patterns were made using acutal measurements of plus size children – therefore you will have a much easier time fitting those plus size children.

Get the word out now that you will be sewing for those overweight and plus size children and I’m sure you’ll find plenty of business!  If you need a little extra help in getting set up to do the business of sewing for plus size children, visit the PlusSizeChildren.com site for information on starting this business.

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One Response to “Get Ready For Spring / Summer Sewing!”

  1. I like sewing more in the winter in my opinion. I have trouble staying inside when its so nice in the warm summer months.

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