Is this set looking familiar? After yesterday's post about creating the strappy pattern hack for the Elodie Briefs, I decided to make this my set of the week. This also uses the same lace fabric as last week's set, aqua lace.
Even though my valentine is far away this year, I made myself a pretty (and comfortable!) magenta lace set for Valentine's Day!
This week has been cold and dreary, so can I pretend that spring is coming soon with sunny skies and flowers?
Happy New Year, sewing friends!
A new year means lots of new things to come here. More patterns, tutorials and videos are coming your way. Is there something you'd like to see? Let me know by leaving a comment below, or filling out my contact form. Thanks!
I’m starting a featured set of the week, with details on the patterns, fabrics and trims.
To begin, here is Black & Tan:
Christmas is almost here, and what a perfect time to use some of my luxurious and sparkly fabrics! Stretch panne velvet and gold stretch mesh are made up into a longline hack of my Iris Bralette pattern. This pattern hack is super easy, and creates such a pretty silhouette!
For the best fit on the Iris Bralette, you will want the vertical seam to fall in line with the apex.
What is the apex?
The apex is the fullest part of the bust, usually where the nipple lies. In the photo above, you can see that the vertical seam aligns with the fullest part of the bust, and also aligns with the vertical seam on the dress form.
Here is the second part of the Iris Bralette tester roundup. Enjoy!
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