For the past few months I’ve been contributing to the Craftsy blog, writing posts on how to sew lingerie. These posts are not specific to my own line of lingerie sewing patterns, but applicable to most lingerie sewing projects.
As I mentioned in a previous post, this doesn’t detract from the tutorials and sewing content I plan on providing here, it’s just an extra resource. I’m really enjoying the challenge of writing these posts for Craftsy!
I thought I’d provide a quick run down and links of some of my recent posts.
From straps that fall down to cups that overfloweth, I provide some simple solutions to a few common problems.
Should be easy, right?
It’s one of the biggest challenges I have as a lingerie maker. Breasts vary a lot from person to person (hey, sometimes even from left to right). I wrote this post as a starting point. Bra fitting is an art, not a science, and at the end of the day it doesn’t matter what number or letter size you settle on, it’s that you have a garment that is comfortable.
Sewing lingerie involves some specialized skills. In this post I review how to sew picot edge and band elastic.
Working with lace can be tricky, but there are some things you can do to make the process easier. This post covers working with all-over stretch lace as well as scalloped stretch lace.
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