April 26th 2019 Edition // Lingerie Sewing – Weekend Roundup
Welcome to the April 26th, 2019 Edition of Lingerie Sewing: Weekend Round Up!
The Lingerie Sewing: Weekend Roundup is a curation of a few projects/ongoing events in the lingerie making community. It’s a quick catch up for you to enjoy over the weekend with a cup of coffee or tea. If you want to be part of the weekend roundup, shoot me an email at thetailormadeblog[@]gmail.com with links to your instagram, blog post, or just photos if you don’t have a blog and I’ll be sure to include your work!
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Projects & Makes
- Katie did a pattern review of the newly released Cottesloe Swimsuit Pattern (more on the pattern below!).
- Teri was another pattern tester for the newly released Cottesloe Swimsuit Pattern and here are her takes on the pattern. I LOVE the cherry printed two-piece version!
- I love the ruffle detail that Heidi added to her Cottesloe two-piece Set!
News & Events
Pattern Update: Bonnie Culotte
Pattern update alert! Eclipse Lingerie Studio dropped a massive pattern update for the Bonnie Culotte pattern! The underwear pattern can now be made in 12 lace variations!
You can get the updated Bonnie Culotte Pattern here. (If you have previously purchased the pattern, the pattern extension comes automatically to you via email. I own this pattern and got the pattern update already!)
New Swim Pattern: Cottesloe Swimsuit!
Megan Nielsen Patterns just released the Cottesloe Swimsuit pattern! I’m pretty excited about this one–it can be made as a one piece or mix and match bikini set. Sizing is pretty extensive: goes from 0 to 30!
You can buy the Cottesloe Swimsuit Pattern in sizes 0-20 here.
You can buy the Cottesloe Swimsuit Pattern in sizes 14-30 here.
New Free Pattern: Raquel Bralette
Madalynne Intimates just released a new PDF lingerie pattern: the Raquel Bralette. As per the patternmaker: With its modern silhouette, the Raquel bralette is what every girl looks for when she wants to feel like herself, but slightly more stylish. It features a cutout at center front and is finished with soft, picot plush elastic and all metal hardware. It has a forgiving fit and lends itself to being layered underneath oversized tops and dresses.
You can get the free Raquel Braeltte pattern here.
That’s it for this week! Have a great weekend everyone!