Have you seen the new Maxine Panties by Evie LaLuve? The designer, Hannah, released them some weeks ago and I had the opportunity of being one of the testers of the pattern. Today, I’m going to review them, so if you’re curious about this pattern and its many possibilities… keep reading!
Hi everybody! I’ve been missing for quite a long time, right? I’ve been working like crazy on my final project to get my patternmaking graduate, but now it’s finished at last! I’ll show you my final garments (a dress and a hand embroidered cape!), as soon as I get decent pictures of them 😉 But, for now, you’ll have to settle for… yes, another bra!
Hi guys! Today I bring you another post in the Embellishing series: this one is about adding ruffles to your bras and underwear (you can read the first part about echo stitching here!). Today I’ll show you how to draft and sew a ruffle to your bra, just like I did with my Ballerina Bra, and next time we’ll do a similar technique for adding flounces. You’ll be amazed at how this simple detail can completely change the look of a basic bra or a plain panty!
So, let’s dive in:
Hi guys! Today I bring you something different: it’s not a pattern review, it’s a label review! I was contacted some time ago by the Dutch Label Shop in order to ask me if I wanted to try their products, so if you like to know more about my experience, keep reading!
I made a Harriet, guys! Yes, like everyone else, apparently! Actually, it’s been a long time since I made a bra for me, so after I made this one, I got really excited aaand… I made three more! 😀 But I’ll talk about them later. For now, let’s just focus on the Harriet, right?
Hi everyone! I’m here again, and with a new post as I promised! We’re starting February now and Saint Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, so many of us are using it as an excuse to sew (even more) new lingerie… right? Tell me that I’m not the only one! 😉
Some of us are trying new patterns, while others already have their favourites, the faithful ones that they make again and again. I’m usually in this group: I have a self-drafted bra pattern that fits me really well and I tend to make small modifications around it. I’ve used it for my Marie Antoinette bra, for the Ballerina bra and for my power bar bras. But, as much as you love the shape of your favourite pattern, you could do with a little more variety without compromising the fit or changing the style lines.
This is a post that I meant to publish much earlier, but… well, you know, life happens! Let’s start saying that my birthday was on August 16th, and I wanted to sew something special for that day. I had about 3 meters of beautiful sheer black chiffon that I bought long ago with no real purpose in mind (ahem, fabric addiction? Nah…). Now was the time to use it, but… which pattern could be good enough for it?
Some weeks ago I received some sad news: my go-to store for bra-making supplies in Barcelona stopped carrying several things, like cut-and-sew foam, many types of elastic and almost all underwire sizes. Oh, THE drama!! There isn’t any other place for buying those things in Barcelona (at least, not that I know!) and I decided to order them online.
I’ve been a very bad blogger recently: I haven’t published in a month! I’ve had an insanely busy summer and, although I’ve sewn quite some things, I haven’t had the time (or, sometimes, the internet connection…) to post about them. BUT… I’ve been working on this blog, even if you couldn’t see that until now! 😉
I don’t usually share my panty makes in the blog because I find them… a little boring, to be honest! But today I thought I could share my favourite pattern alteration for panties: getting a scalloped lace back!
I like this kind of panties because they’re less bulky (meaning, less visible panty lines under clothing!) and also really comfortable, because you don’t have elastic edges cutting into the skin of your, ejem, rear view 😉