Thursday, January 28, 2010

Au Bonheurs des Petites Mains - Measurement Chart

I contacted the Au Bonheurs pattern company and asked them if they had a measurement chart available, as I did not see one on their website. This is what they sent me.

I translated and converted the metric values to Imperial measurements. I have rounded the measurements off to the nearest quarter inch – the original metric values are in parenthesis.

Women's Size Chart

Size Bust Waist Hips
32 30 3/4" (78cm) 24 1/2" (62cm) 33" (84cm)
34 31 1/2" (80cm) 25 1/2" (65cm) 34 3/4" (88cm)
36 33" (84cm) 26 3/4" (68cm) 36 1/4" (92cm)
38 34 3/4" (88cm) 28 1/4" (72cm) 37 3/4" (96cm)
40 36 1/4" (92cm) 30" (76cm) 39 1/4" (100cm)
42 37 3/4" (96cm) 31 1/2" (80cm) 41" (104cm)
44 39 1/4" (100cm) 33" (84cm) 42 1/2" (108cm)
46 41" (104cm) 34 3/4" (88cm) 44" (112cm)
48 43 1/4" (110cm) 37 1/4" (94.5cm) 46 1/2" (118cm)
50 45 3/4" (116cm) 39 3/4" (101cm) 48 3/4" (124cm)
52 48" (122 cm) 42 3/4" (107.5cm) 51 1/4" (130cm)
54 50 1/2" (128cm) 44 3/4" (114cm) 53 1/2" (136cm)
56 52 3/4" (134cm) 47 1/2" (120.5cm) 56" (142cm)

4 comments:

  1. wow! this will be very helpful when I bite the bullet and order. Thank you!

    Rose in SV

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  2. This is very helpful. I hadn't seen this pattern company before discovering your blog today - I am very excited by both! I love the things you make!

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  3. Thanks so much for sharing (and creating) this chart. I hunted all over their site too, to no avail. I ordered the totally cool "plywood" (thank you Google Translate ;-) pants and this will come in handy. Can't wait to try these out. And thanks for the translated directions in another blog post. I really should learn French (I took 6 months in HS, why don't I remember any? ha ha). But I wanted to learn German first, for Burda. ;-)

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