Happy New Year guys! And Happy Wednesday! I have a pattern review for today: I will be sharing my thoughts on Evie la Luve’s Esme Panties Pattern.
I actually bought this pattern as a bundle with the Bella Panties over a year ago. I have no idea what took me so long to make them. A customer’s photo reminded me that this pattern was in my stash, so I made a bunch of Esme Panties for stocking stuffers for Christmas.
More underwear! Apparently it’s the year of the underwear for me.
At this point, I’ve sewn enough bras for myself that I can go without doing laundry for a month and I would still have clean bras to wear. (Not that I’m suggesting that you don’t do laundry for a month). This year, I’ve pretty much decided to stop buying underwear and overhaul my panties drawer by making my own.
I figured that I need more black panties (seriously everyone always needs more black panties–they are great basics!), so I whipped up two pairs of Frankie Panties using the new black stretch mesh from my shop.
Hi guys! The panties sewing addiction continues! This week, I bring you six pairs of Frankie Panties in Art Gallery Prints. I was first introduced to Art Gallery fabrics when Hannah posted a picture of a pair of Frankie Panties that she made in the Yinghua print. I did some some window shopping on fabric.com and ended up picking out three Art Gallery prints to work with.
When it comes to clothes, I’m really not a prints person. I honestly only like to wear solids and shades of gray. But when it comes to underwear, I can get a little out of control. Now that I have a panties pattern that I really love, I’m going all out with updating my panties drawer with some fun and gorgeous prints!
Here are the six pairs of Frankie Panties that I made using Art Gallery cotton jersey knits and the details on them!
(Note: Only half of the Frankie Panties shown are in my size (XS). The other half are in XXS and are a gift for a friend’s upcoming birthday!)
Hi guys! Today I have a pattern review for you. I was asked by Hannah of Evie la Luve to pattern test the Frankie Panties pattern prior to its release. And guys…I’m so excited about this pattern! How much do I love this pattern? Let me count the ways….
Hi guys, today I have a pattern review. I’ve been admiring Evie la Lùve’s patterns for a while: they’re modern and chic and designed by someone who has a great eye for fashion. I love how she sews up colorful and fun samples of her patterns and showcases them. You can find her work here.