I just got the DF151 model which states sizes 16-22. But, do yourself a favor and go by the measurements not rack size!! I originally got the medium DF150 model because it showed for sizes 10-16. I did check my measurements and originally was going to get the large but I thought since the medium was within the size range I am (12-14), I would go with it. Should have trusted my first instincts...had to return the medium and go with the large, DF151. However, due to my broad shoulders, big bust (hard to find clothes because of my bra size) and a little bit of a "booty", I had to turn the knobs on most of this to the farthest they could go. I don't see how this would fit a size 22 considering I am not more than a size 14 and, depending on the brand, size 12. So, just make sure you do ALL your body measurements BEFORE you buy if you are a size 16 or above. I am lucky that this form fits my measurements nearly perfect! :-) Also, if you have to open the form to the widest and you get the gaps, just put a stretchy camisole on it. I used my spandex undergarment tank to put over it and it works great! I can still stick pins in where the gaps are because of the tank over it. I absolutely love this form and will be getting a medium one so I can sew some outfits for my 22 year old. I have seen complaints that people didn't realize what size they got because the Walmart description online doesn't say. But, you should go by your body's measurements and not the rack size or whether it's medium or large. Maybe that's why they didn't put it because they give you the range of measurements in the "description" so look there and measure your body - bust, waist, hips and from back of neck to waist to make sure the dimensions go with your physic. Do not ever trust the rack size number for a dress form and, especially, for sewing patterns because you may be disappointed. All in all, this is a great product for the low price!
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