January 31st, 2021 Edition // Lingerie Sewing Roundup

January 31, 2021

Welcome to the January 31st, 2021 Edition of Lingerie Sewing Round Up!

If you are new around here, the Lingerie Sewing Roundup is a curation of a few projects, tips and tutorials, and ongoing events in the lingerie sewing community. These posts will encompass swimwear sewing and activewear sewing as well. It’s a quick catch up up for you to enjoy with a cup of coffee or tea. The roundup is posted twice a month, on the 15th and the last day of every month.

If you want to be part of the lingerie sewing roundup, shoot me an email at thetailormadeblog[@]gmail.com with links to your video, blog post, or just photos if you don’t have a blog and I’ll be sure to include your work!

The roundup image features the AFI Exquisite Bra by AFI Atelier.

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Projects & Makes

Tips & Tutorials

News & Events

New Swim Pattern: Hudson Top

Edgewater Ave just released their first ever underwire swim top pattern! The wide straps and tie back are cute.

You can purchase the Hudson Top pattern here.

There is a video tutorial on sewing up the Hudson Top here.

New Underwear Pattern: Peachy Undies

Cool Stitches (a new-to-me pattern company) also has a recent pattern release in the form of their Peachy Undies Pattern. This is a high leg underwear style with a mid or high rise option. This pattern is technically free, but you have the option of naming your price.

You can get the Peachy Undies pattern here.

New Swim Pattern: Olive Top

We also have a few pattern releases from Bikini Design Club. One of their release is the Olive Bikini Top. According to the pattern company:

Bikini pattern top Olive is a bandeau top but we also suggest you using it with a strap over the neck if you like. You can also insert Padding!

It’s a non reversible top but we sewed it both ways so you could see the difference.

Includes 2 back pattern pieces, one for you to include a clasp and other for straps channel.

You can purchase the Olive Top Pattern here.

There is a video tutorial on sewing the Olive Top pattern here.

New Swim Pattern: Mith Swimsuit

The other pattern release by Bikini Design Club is the Mith Swimsuit. According to the pattern company:

Mith is a swimsuit pattern with a low back V shape.

The center back seam is scrunched so it even gives the V shape more effect.

With this low back and no straps crossing to help keep everything in place, it’s important to keep this as it is: a Non reversible pattern.

Side darts makes this pattern fit you very nicely.

The back is cheeky!

You can purchase the Mith Swimsuit pattern here.

There is a video tutorial on sewing the Mith Swimsuit here.

That’s it for this roundup! Thanks for reading!

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