I did an indepth search for you. It wasn;t as easy as I thought it'd be. The site burdastyle seems to be the only one that has free plus size patterns. You have to join to download the patterns. But the membership is free and so are the patterns.
These are just three free plus sized patterns I found on that site and I only went through the first page of patterns. There is something like 12 pages. I'm sure if you looked there would be more in your size.
These patterns seem to be ones that people just designed themselves and then post them on burdastyle for free. Kind of like this site in a way.
Hope this helps
You are very welcome Cassie. If I ever run across any more sites that have those size of patterns I will come back to this thread and post it for you. I joined that site too. My size is hard to find in stores. I wear the smallest plus size and the largest regular sized. So being I'm at the far end of each size range there is never very many for me to choose from. Most of the patterns on that site look fairly easy and straight forward.
Would you mind if I friend you? I haven't been a member here very long and only have 2 friends, lol.
theres some good ideas for projects and a few tuts over at craftster
direct links to the plus size clothing categories are...
Clothing for Curvaceous Craftsters: Discussion and Questions:
Clothing for Curvaceous Craftsters: Completed Projects:
Wow! I am glad that I found this! Some of these are great! @Dar's Doodles! the first one (the 50s dress is exactly the type of dress I have been looking for to make! I have the perfect material to try it with!
I have been having such a hard time with clothes right now. Sitting somewhere in between normal sized and plus sizes. It varies from place to place.
I recently just bought myself an adjustable dress form.