Curvy Sewing Patterns – March 2021 Releases and Re-Releases

This post is intended to show the patterns that were released (or rereleased, often to add inclusive sizing or alter the pattern in some fundamental way like with a expansion pack) during March. 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 designers website. If you know of a pattern that should be included please leave a comment, send me a message via Instagram (@curvypatterndatabase), or email me at 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 that were added to the Designer Database for the month of March. With all the new additions this month the Designer Database now contains 127 designers that go to at least a 56″ (142cm) hip!

Pogo Pants – Sew and Tell

Designers added to the database in the month of March:
Elizabeth Suzann Studio
Forget Me Not Patterns
J Desiree Studio
Pattern Botany
Pattern Division
Sew and Tell Patterns
Sola Patterns
Twig and Tale

Published by Sarah T. @ the Curvy Pattern Database

Hello, I'm Sarah! I live in rural Maine with my husband and a very fuzzy cat, Ginny. As a curvy woman with a 59" hip, I struggled to find sewing patterns that were inclusive enough to fit my body without having to alter the pattern myself. CPD started as a spreadsheet of designers that I kept for myself to have a reference point. I hope all of you can benefit from it as well!

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