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7 New Additions to our Curvy Girl Collection!

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7 New Additions to our Curvy Girl Collection!

7 New Additions to our Curvy Girl Collection!
Back in May, we launched a collection of patterns tailored just for Curvy Girls. The response was overwhelming — so many of our fans loved seeing beautiful new patterns in a wide range of sizes!

We’re happy to add seven new patterns — three crochet, four knit — to this collection. We’ve also adapted a few of the patterns from our debut collection. Loved the knit Cabled Cardigan from last time? It’s now available as a crochet pattern!

Brand Ambassador Shira Blumenthal shares more on the expansion of the collection — check out the video below!

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openwork cabled twotone
Crochet Curvy Girl Openwork Top Down Pullover made with Vanna’s Glamour® Crochet Curvy Girl Cabled Cardigan made with Heartland® Crochet Curvy Girl Two-Tone Vest made with LB Collection® Superwash Merino and LB Collection® Silk Mohair
cowlneck urban texture
Knit Curvy Girl Cowl Neck Tunic made with Heartland® Knit Curvy Girl Urban Color Vest made with LB Collection® Superwash Merino and LB Collection® Silk Mohair Knit Curvy Girl Subtle Texture Cardigan made with Vanna’s Glamour® and Modern Baby®
Knit Curvy Girl Drop Stitch Pullover made with Vanna’s Glamour®

Stay tuned for more on the inspiration and design process of these new patterns!

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  • Love-love-love these, especially the cable cardi now in crochet – thank-you!

  • Really lovely, I especially like the Openwork Pullover!

  • it surprises me that it took until 2015 to offer regular size patterns (average size for women is 14-16 and that is considered plus size!) They use so much more yarn, lol. Thanks for finally think of us!

  • Your blog cuts off on my phone, and I can’t resize to see the whole page. So I can only see some of the pattern photos and links.

  • Knitted pullover with dropped stitches both simple and luxurious. Love love love

  • Are these patterns posted on Ravelry? I’m very interested in making one of them, but it would be really helpful if the pattern was on Ravelry so I can search it against my stash. When can we expect to see them there?

  • Too many garments for “curvy girls” just don’t have many proportions or design styles that flatter a more 3-dimensional form. Please no more baby doll type clothing (ties in the back of a dress or top), necklines so wide that they don’t stay on the hangar and tend to slip off of shoulders that are narrower (or sloped) than an Amazon model. No seam lines across the guesstimated bustline. My bustline is apparently much lower than a size 10. I’m teaching myself how to make knit patterns myself, which will provide favorite sleeve lengths (3/4, belled, fluted).

  • Great patterns, but how about a kimono style jacket to layer over turtleneck (or a cowl neck tunic, perhaps?) and jeans..and give us some color combinations please!!!

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