This post is intended to show the sewing patterns that were released (or rereleased, often to add inclusive sizing or alter the pattern in some fundamental way like with an expansion pack) during October. All patterns included in this roundup fit at least a 60 inch (152.4cm) hip in their largest size. The list is not 100% exhaustive, but I have done my best! All pattern names have a link that will take you directly to the pattern designer’s website. Some patterns/links contain affiliate links. By using these links I receive a small portion of the sale of the pattern from the designer – it does not affect the price of the pattern. Any patterns using an affiliate link listed below will have “affiliate link” after the pattern name. If you know of a pattern that should be included please send me a message via Instagram (@curvypatterndatabase), or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Note: inclusion in this list is not an endorsement for a particular pattern or designer. Please do your own research regarding a pattern/designer and check the sizing prior to purchase.
At the bottom of this post, I will list all of the designers added to the Designer Database for the month of October. With the new additions this month the Designer Database now contains 119 designers that go to at least a 60″ (152.4cm) hip!
An additional note! I do not include patterns released solely within a book or on Patreon in the roundup. That being said, I want to make a mention of Ahead of the Curve by Jenny Rushmore of Cashmerette. The book does come with 5 new patterns but more importantly, this is an easy to comprehend curvy-dedicated garment fitting book that that released in October outside of North America and in November in North America. The book explains how to alter patterns to better fit your body in easy-to-replicate steps and is likely to become one of your best sewing room resources. I highly recommend getting a copy for yourself! Full disclosure: I did receive a complimentary ahead of release copy of Ahead of the Curve from Jenny/Cashmerette, but the words above are solely my opinion without influence from Jenny.
Pattern designers added to the Designer Database for the month of October:
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