Yes! 4 Free Sewing Patterns (and sewing kits!)
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Overview: The Sierra is a halter, wrap around bralette. Construction is as basic as it gets, so this is a great project for newbie sewists who want to dip into the world of elastics without having to think about cup sizes, underwires and channeling.
Intended Bra Makers: Sierra was designed for smaller chests – cup sizes AA-B. The bottom of the bra is finished with a zigzag stitch that outlines the scallops of the lace. With no underbust elastic, the support comes from compression. Your girls won’t try to escape underneath the scallops, as long as they’re in the AA-B size range. Trust me on this one!
Overview: Mallori Lane is a simple bralette finished with strappy details at the back. Designed for smaller chests – cup sizes AA-B – the bra is available in x-small through large. Note that there is no shaping via a bust dart or shirring. Because it’s free, the pattern doesn’t come with the bells and whistles. There is a size chart and simple construction steps. I have total faith that you can make it!
Overview: The Noelle is a simple halter bralette and underwear pattern. The bralette features a racerback, wide bottom band and adjustable shoulder straps. Both the bralette and the underwear are fully lined to add support and comfort. Since it is a bralette (it has no underwires), it has a forgiving fit. Wear it as lingerie, a layering piece or as a crop top. Just like Mallori Lane, there isn’t a sew along. Only simple construction steps.
Overview: The Barrett is a sporty femme pull on bralette that has adjustable shoulder straps, a triangle opening at center front and an elastic band at the bottom. With a forgiving fit, it lends itself to layering underneath oversized tops and dresses.
Highlights: Because the Barrett was developed for all levels of sewists, I assumed that some wouldn’t have a serger. So I didn’t want the construction to require one. So I came up with a way to sew the entire bra so that it would have enclosed seams.
Depending on your sewing experience, you could whip up a Barrett in an hour or two. Who doesn’t love a quick DIY? Woot woot!